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Chemistry - Organic Chemistry | Carbon Rich Compounds I

Carbon Rich Compounds I

Series: Topics in Current Chemistry, Vol. 196

Volume package: Carbon Rich Compounds

Meijere, Armin de (Ed.)

1998, XI, 231 p.

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Carbon Rich Compounds are defined here as carbon skeletons with a carbon to hydrogen ratio of 1:(=<1) which includes all-carbon compounds (i.e. carbon allotropes). The current volume covers modern methods for the preparation and transformation of polycyclic aromatic compounds including substructures of C60-fullerene and novel highly complex cyclophanes. A graph theoretical treatment presents a substitution rule, allowing the description of already existing structures and also the definition of new challenging synthetic targets. In the second part of this volume, the synthesis and unique chemistry of oligocyclic compounds consisting of five- and six-membered rings, so-called centro-polyhydrindanes as well as oligoquinanes, in particular highly unsaturated ones, are discussed.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Aromatic compounds - Centropolyhydrindane - Cyclophane - Graphentheorie - Oligoquinane - Polycyclische Aromaten - carbon rich compounds - centropolyhydrindanes - fullerenes - graph theory - kohlenstoffreiche Verbindungen - oligoquinanes - polycyclic bridged cyclophanes - skeleton - verbrück

Related subjects » Organic Chemistry

Table of contents 

Design of Novel Aromatics using the Loschmidt Replacement on Graphs.- Modern Routes to Extended Aromatic Compounds.- Carbon Rich Cyclophanes with Unusual Properties — an Update.- Unsaturated Oligoquinanes and Related Systems.- The Centropolyindanes and Related Centro-Fused Polycyclic Organic Compounds.

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