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Perspectives in theoretical stereochemistry

Author: Ivar Ugi
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, 1984.
Series: Lecture notes in chemistry, 36.
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Perspectives in theoretical stereochemistry.
Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, 1984
(OCoLC)624458575
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ivar Ugi
ISBN: 0387133917 9780387133911 3540133917 9783540133919
OCLC Number: 11134451
Description: xvii, 247 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: I. The Permutational Approach to Stereochemistry.- I The Description of Molecular Structure.- 1. The classical Description of rigid Molecules.- 2. Nonrigid Molecules.- 3. Definition of Chemical Identity, Stereoisomerism, and Chemical Chirality.- References.- II The Chemical Identity Group.- 1. Families of Permutation Isomers.- 2. The Chemical Identity Group.- 3. Role of the Chemical Identity Group in Stereochemistry.- 4. Racemate Group.- 5. Isomerizations.- References.- III The Asymmetric Carbon Atom revisited.- 1. Chemical Identity Group of the Asymmetric Carbon Atom.- 2. Geometrical Interpretation of the Asymmetric Carbon Atom.- 3. Contrast of the Geometrical and Permutational Interpretations.- References.- II. The Mathematical Theory of the Chemical Identity Group.- IV Families of Permutation Isomers.- 1. Permutation Isomers.- 2. The Fundamental Theorem on Molecules with all Ligands Chemically Distinguishable.- 3. The Chemical Identity Group of an Isomer.- 4. The Chemical Identity Group of a Set of Permutation Isomers.- 5. Involution Families and Racemate Groups.- References.- V Reaction Schemes.- 1. Partitions and Coverings in SymL.- 2. Ligand Substitution; Chemically Equivalent Ligands.- 3. Ligand-preserving Isomerizations and Reaction Schemes.- 4. Musher Modes and Permutational Isomerizations.- References.- VI Structure of the Chemical Identity Group.- The Pattern of a Molecule and its Enveloping Group.- 1. The Enveloping Group.- 2. Decompositions of the Chemical Identity and Racemate Groups.- 3. Conformationally flexible Polycentric Molecules.- 4. The Chemical Identity Group of Conformationally Flexible Molecules.- References.- III. Application of the Theory of the Chemical Identity Group to Actual Current Stereochemical Problems.- VII Examples, Illustrations and Applications.- 1. The Chemical Identity Group of a Molecule with a rigid Skeleton.- 2. Permutational Isomerizations of flexible Pentacoordinate Molecules.- 2.1 Berry Pseudorotation.- 2.2 Turnstile Rotation.- 2.3 Double Turnstile Rotation (TR2).- 2.4 The Graphs of Berry Pseudorotation and Turnstile Rotation..- 3. Sigmatropic 1.5-Hydrogen Shift.- 4. Con formationall y flexible Molecules.- 5. Bullvalene.- 6. The Stereoisomers of Trihydroxyglutaric Acid.- 7. SN2 and related Processes.- References.- VIII A Unified Nomenclature and Chemical Documentation System.- 1. Desirable Features of a Chemical Documentation System.- 2. Some Remarks on Traditional Nomenclature and Documentation.- 3. Representation of the Constitutional Aspect of Molecules.- 4. Representation of the Stereochemical Features of Molecules.- 4.1 Molecular Sceleton and Set of Ligands.- 5. Indexing Rules and Algorithms for Ligands.- 5.1 The CIP Rules.- 5.2 The CANONical Ligand Indices.- 6. The Reference Isomer.- 6.1 Skeletal Classes and their Reference Isomer.- 6.2 Choice of Reference Isomers.- 6.3 Ordering and Selection Rules for Sets of Permutations.- 6.4 Chiral Reference System.- 7. Permutational Descriptors.- 7.1 Permutation Isomers with chemically distinguishable Ligands.- 7.2 Molecules with some Indistinguishable Ligands.- References.- 1. Subgroups.- 2. Cosets.- 3. Normal Subgroups.- 4. Conjugates.- 5. Homomorphism.- 6. Direct and Semidirect Products.- 7. Permutations.- 8. Burnside-Frobenius Theorem.- 9. Generalized Wreath Products.- 10. Primitive and Imprimitive Actions.- References.- Index ..
Series Title: Lecture notes in chemistry, 36.
Responsibility: I. Ugi [and others].

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