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By Hanspeter Pfander, Synnøve Liaaen-Jensen, George Britton (auth.), Dr. George Britton, Professor Dr. Dr. h. c. Synnøve Liaaen-Jensen, Professor Dr. Dr. h. c. Hanspeter Pfander (eds.)

George Britton, Synnl/Jve Liaaen-Jensen and Hanspeter Pfander This ebook, quantity 2 within the sequence Carotenoids, is the 1st e-book to be released that's committed solely to the full synthesis of carotenoids, however it is well timed in view of the quick improvement and the transforming into diversification of the carotenoid box. The 1971 Carotenoids ebook contained an important bankruptcy of 250 pages on overall synthesis via H. Mayer and O. Isler. That entire and authoritative evaluate defined systematically the development of many synthons and the synthesis of many ordinary and unnatural carotenoids and comparable compounds. Twenty 5 years on, that bankruptcy continues to be a necessary reference paintings and resource of data, with its vast selection of tabulated facts and lists of references to the unique literature. Surveys of development considering that 1971 were offered on the IUPAC overseas Symposia on Carotenoids and are integrated within the released complaints of those symposia. The historical past of significant guides within the carotenoid box, resulting in the advance of this sequence, used to be defined within the preface to the sequence released in Vol. IA. the overall philo­ sophy defined in that preface, with emphasis on sensible suggestions and the inclusion of labored examples of a few of the main important methods, is maintained in Vol. 2. In kceping with this philosophy, Vol. 2 isn't meant to be an exhaustive evaluation of the literature, yet is deliberate as a realistic booklet, in addition to a resource of information.

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