• Science of Synthesis Category 2

    Science of Synthesis Category 2


Science of Synthesis Category 2

Hetarenes and Related Ring Systems

Of the over 6 million heterocyclic compounds representing about 70,000 known heterocyclic systems, only a small number can be considered as product classes or subclasses in Science of Synthesis. The systems covered are limited to those that are important synthetic targets, for which synthetic methodology needs to be covered. Systems that are rare or unstable are not generally synthetically significant and are not usually covered in Science of Synthesis.

Vol. No. Volume Title Volume Editor  Year
  9 Fully Unsaturated Small-Ring Heterocycles and Monocyclic Five-Membered Hetarenes with One Heteroatom (TOC) Maas (Preface) 2000
10 Fused Five-Membered Hetarenes with One Heteroatom (TOC) Thomas 2000 
11 Five-Membered Hetarenes with One Chalcogen and One Additional Heteroatom (TOC) Schaumann (Preface) 2001
12 Five-Membered Hetarenes with Two Nitrogen or Phosphorus Atoms (TOC) Neier (Preface) 2002 
13 Five-Membered Hetarenes with Three or More Heteroatoms (TOC)

Storr Gilchrist (Preface)

14 Six-Membered Hetarenes with One Chalcogen (TOC) Thomas (Preface) 2003 
15 Six-Membered Hetarenes with One Nitrogen or Phosphorus Atom (TOC) Black (Preface) 2004
16 Six-Membered Hetarenes with Two Identical Heteroatoms (TOC) Y. Yamamoto (Preface) 2003
17 Six-Membered Hetarenes with Two Unlike or More Than Two Heteroatoms and Fully Unsaturated Larger-Ring Heterocycles (TOC) Weinreb (Preface) 2003
Index Category 2 Cumulative Index Backes Drayton  2006


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