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Rearrangements in Chemistry: Reactions and Mechanisms



Rearrangement reactions

In chemistry a rearrangement is a chemical reaction in which the carbon skeleton of a molecule is rearranged to give a structural isomer of the original molecule.

Online available information resources about rearrangement reactions and mechanisms in chemistry.

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Lecture Notes, Tutorials


Anionic Rearrangements
Rearrangements Induced by Bases or Electron Rich Sites. Virtual Textbook of Organic Chemistry - [e]

Cationic Rearrangements
Rearrangements Induced by Cationic or Electron Deficient Sites. Virtual Textbook of Organic Chemistry - [e]



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Partial Information


Amadori rearrangement
Animated slide show. Pudue University, USA - Format: PPT - [e]

Amadori rearrangement
Development of a new active based on Amadori rearrangement taking place in protein based tissues. University of Münster, Germany - Format: PDF - [e]

Baeyer-Villiger Rearrangement
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]

Baker-Venkataraman Rearrangement
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]

Beckmann Rearrangement
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]

Benzilic Acid Rearrangement
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]

Brook Rearrangement
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]

Claisen Rearrangement
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]

Claisen-Eschenmoser Rearrangement
A Practical Variant of the Claisen-Eschenmoser Rearrangement: Synthesis of Unsaturated Morpholine Amides. Berkeley University, USA - Format: PDF - [e]

Cope Rearrangement
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]

Curtius Rearrangement
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]

Dimroth Rearrangement
Ring-fission of a heterocyclic imine with subsequent recyclization to a more stable amino entity - Format: PDF - [e]

Favorskii Reaction
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]

Fries Rearrangement
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]

Heyns Rearrangement
Development of Polymer-supported synthetic procedure for Heyns Rearrangement Products. Dissertation, 1999 - Format: PDF - [e]

Ireland-Claisen Rearrangement
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]

Lobry-de Bruyn-van Ekenstein transformation
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Wiki - [e]

Newman-Kwart Rearrangement
In the NKR a intramolecular aryl migration of O-thiocarbamates at high temperatures leads to S-thiocarbamates. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]

Overman Rearrangement
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]

Pinacol Rearrangement
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]

Pummerer Rearrangement
The Sulfinate-Sulfone Pummerer Rearrangement - Format: PDF - [e]

Schmidt Rearrangement
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]

Stevens Rearrangement
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]

Wittig Rearrangement
[1,2]- and [2,3]-Wittig Rearrangement - Format: PDF - [e]

Wittig: [1,2]-Wittig Rearrangement
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]

Wittig: [2,3]-Wittig Rearrangement
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]

Wolff Rearrangement
Description of the reaction and detail at the mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]



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Special Information


Allylsilane Rearrangement
Mechanistic Studies - Format: PDF - [e]







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Buchempfehlung

Jie Jack Li, E. J. Corey

Name Reactions of Functional Group Transformations

Unlike many previous books on name reactions, which present many reactions but treat them superficially, this book provides an excellent selection of useful name reactions, which have been given in depth, well-illustrated, instructional, and well-referenced accounts.

Wiley; 2007


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