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1Lecture 1 : Introduction to organic synthesis-Importance of selectivity, stereochemistry and MechanismDownload
2Lecture 2 : Sulfur based oxidations of alcoholsDownload
3Lecture 3 : Sulfur based oxidations and Pummerer rearrangementDownload
4Lecture 4 : Further aspects of sulfur and selenium based oxidationsDownload
5Lecture 5 : Organoselenium chemistry and SeO2 based oxidationsDownload
6Lecture 6 : SeO2 based oxidation of ketones and Sulfoxide- Sulfenate rearrangement (Mislow-Evans rearrangement)Download
7Lecture 7 : Mechanistic and stereochemical aspects of Mislow-Evans rearrangement and synthetic applicationsDownload
8Lecture 8 : Further synthetic applications of Mislow-Evans rearrangement and Saegusa-Ito oxidationDownload
9Lecture 9 : 1,2-Ketone transpositions, Shapiro reaction and Dauben-Michno rearrangement (a case of 1,3-enone transposition)Download
10Lecture 10 : Dess-Martin periodinane oxidationDownload
11Lecture 11 : Iodoxybenzoic acid (IBX) based oxidationsDownload
12Lecture 12 : Silver based oxidations: Prevost reaction and use of Fetizon’s reagentDownload
13Lecture 13 : Further aspects of oxidations using Fetizon’s reagent: Mechanism and StereochemistryDownload
14Lecture 14 : Ruthenium tetroxide (and RuCl3/NaIO4) mediated oxidationsDownload
15Lecture 15 : Tetra-n-propylammonium perruthenate (TPAP) based oxidations, and Tamao-Fleming oxidationDownload
16Lecture 16 : Further synthetic and mechanistic aspects of Tamao-Fleming oxidationsDownload
17Lecture 17 : Oxidations with dimethyl dioxirane (DMDO)Download
18Lecture 18 : Mechanistic aspects of DMDO based oxidations and oxaziridine mediated alpha-hydroxylations of ketonesDownload
19Lecture 19 : Asymmetric alpha-hydroxylations using oxaziridine based reactionsDownload
20Lecture 20 : Barton and related reactions (oxidation at unfunctionalised carbons) and synthetic applicationsDownload
21Lecture 21 : beta-Cleavage in Barton and related reactions and miscellaneous oxidations such as TEMPO based oxidations, Pinnick oxidation and pseudomonas putida mediated oxidationsDownload
22Lecture 22 : Reductions in organic chemistry: Metal hydride (NaBH4 & LiAlH4) mediated reductionDownload
23Lecture 23 : Reductions using diisobutylaluminum hydride (DIBAL-H)Download
24Lecture 24 : Further aspects of DIBAL-H based reductions and comparison with mixed chloride hydridesDownload
25Lecture 25 : Reductions with Red-Al, and Luche ReductionsDownload
26Lecture 26 : Further aspects of Luche reduction, stereochemistry in reductions & reduction with LiBH4 Download
27Lecture 27 : Reductions with Zn(BH4)2, LiBHEt3 (superhydride) & L & K-selectridesDownload
28Lecture 28 : Reductions with LS/KS selectrides and NaCNBH3Download
29Lecture 29 : Dissolving metal reductions (Na, K, Mg) & McMurry coupling using Ti(0)Download
30Lecture 30 : Stereochemistry and mechanistic aspects of McMurry coupling & metal mediated reductions of alpha, beta-unsaturated ketonesDownload
31Lecture 31 : Silanes [R3SiH, including polymethylhydrosiloxanes (PMHS)] as reducing agentsDownload
32Lecture 32 : Further aspects of silanes as reducing agents & Barton-McCombie deoxygenationDownload
33Lecture 33 : Tributyltinhydride (n-Bu3SnH) based radical based reductions & C-C bond formationsDownload
34Lecture 34 : Asymmetric synthesis: An introductionDownload
35Lecture 35 : Sharpless asymmetric epoxidation: Mechanism, stereochemistry and kinetic resolutionDownload
36Lecture 36 : Synthetic utility of chiral 2,3-epoxy alcohols obtained from Sharpless epoxidationDownload
37Lecture 37 : Katsuki-Jacobsen epoxidation: Mechanism and stereochemistryDownload
38Lecture 38 : Further aspects of Katsuki-Jacobsen epoxidation, & Introduction to Sharpless Asymmetric DihydroxylationDownload
39Lecture 39 : Mechanism, stereochemical aspects and synthetic applications of Sharpless Asymmetric DihydroxylationDownload
40Lecture 40 : Asymmetric hydrogenations and reductions using rhodium and ruthenium derived chiral catalystsDownload
41Lecture 41 : Asymmetric reduction with oxazaborilidinesDownload
42Lecture 42 : C-C bond formations: Introduction to enolate, enamine and enol silyl ether based chemistryDownload
43Lecture 43 : C-C bond formations using enol silyl ether and imine based chemistry including SAMP and RAMP based asymmetric alkylationsDownload
44Lecture 44 : Asymmetric C-C bond formations using Oppolzer’s camphorsultams and introduction to directed Aldol reactionsDownload
45Lecture 45 : Further aspects of Aldol chemistry including the use of boron and silicon enolatesDownload
46Lecture 46 : C-C bond formations using Evans’ oxazolidinone based chemistryDownload
47Lecture 47 : Ireland-Claisen rearrangement: Emphasis of enolate geometry on the stereochemical outcome, and Claisen rearrangementsDownload
48Lecture 48 : Aromatic Claisen rearrangement, Johnson-Claisen rearrangement and Eschenmoser-Claisen rearrangement and synthetic Download
49Lecture 49 : Bellus-Claisen rearrangement, Aza-Claisen rearrangement, Thia-Claisen rearrangement, Chen-Mapp rearrangement and their synthetic applicationsDownload
50Lecture 50 : Zwitterionic-Claisen rearrangement, Overmann rearrangement, Bamford- Stevens and Shapiro reactions and synthetic applicationsDownload
51Lecture 51 : Introduction to allyl metal additions for C-C bond formationDownload
52Lecture 52 : Allylindium chemistry: Mechanism, stereochemistry and synthetic applicationsDownload
53Lecture 53 : Allyltin chemistry: Mechanism, stereochemistry and synthetic applicationsDownload
54Lecture 54 : Chemistry of allylsilanes: Mechanism, stereochemistry and synthetic applications (Part 1)Download
55Lecture 55 : Further synthetic aspects of the chemistry of allylsilanes (Part 2)Download
56Lecture 56 : Further synthetic aspects of the chemistry of allylsilanes (Part 3)Download
57Lecture 57 : Chemistry of vinylsilanes: Mechanism, stereochemistry and synthetic applicationsDownload
58Lecture 58 : Peterson olefination and further synthetic aspects of vinylsilane chemistryDownload
59Lecture 59 : Simmons-Smith cyclopropanation: Mechanism, stereochemistry and synthetic applicationsDownload
60Lecture 60 : Course Summary and conclusionDownload

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1Lecture 1 : Introduction to organic synthesis-Importance of selectivity, stereochemistry and MechanismDownload
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2Lecture 2 : Sulfur based oxidations of alcoholsDownload
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3Lecture 3 : Sulfur based oxidations and Pummerer rearrangementDownload
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4Lecture 4 : Further aspects of sulfur and selenium based oxidationsDownload
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5Lecture 5 : Organoselenium chemistry and SeO2 based oxidationsDownload
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6Lecture 6 : SeO2 based oxidation of ketones and Sulfoxide- Sulfenate rearrangement (Mislow-Evans rearrangement)Download
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7Lecture 7 : Mechanistic and stereochemical aspects of Mislow-Evans rearrangement and synthetic applicationsDownload
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8Lecture 8 : Further synthetic applications of Mislow-Evans rearrangement and Saegusa-Ito oxidationDownload
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9Lecture 9 : 1,2-Ketone transpositions, Shapiro reaction and Dauben-Michno rearrangement (a case of 1,3-enone transposition)Download
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10Lecture 10 : Dess-Martin periodinane oxidationDownload
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11Lecture 11 : Iodoxybenzoic acid (IBX) based oxidationsDownload
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12Lecture 12 : Silver based oxidations: Prevost reaction and use of Fetizon’s reagentDownload
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13Lecture 13 : Further aspects of oxidations using Fetizon’s reagent: Mechanism and StereochemistryDownload
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14Lecture 14 : Ruthenium tetroxide (and RuCl3/NaIO4) mediated oxidationsDownload
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15Lecture 15 : Tetra-n-propylammonium perruthenate (TPAP) based oxidations, and Tamao-Fleming oxidationDownload
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16Lecture 16 : Further synthetic and mechanistic aspects of Tamao-Fleming oxidationsDownload
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17Lecture 17 : Oxidations with dimethyl dioxirane (DMDO)Download
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18Lecture 18 : Mechanistic aspects of DMDO based oxidations and oxaziridine mediated alpha-hydroxylations of ketonesDownload
Verified
19Lecture 19 : Asymmetric alpha-hydroxylations using oxaziridine based reactionsDownload
Verified
20Lecture 20 : Barton and related reactions (oxidation at unfunctionalised carbons) and synthetic applicationsDownload
Verified
21Lecture 21 : beta-Cleavage in Barton and related reactions and miscellaneous oxidations such as TEMPO based oxidations, Pinnick oxidation and pseudomonas putida mediated oxidationsDownload
Verified
22Lecture 22 : Reductions in organic chemistry: Metal hydride (NaBH4 & LiAlH4) mediated reductionDownload
Verified
23Lecture 23 : Reductions using diisobutylaluminum hydride (DIBAL-H)Download
Verified
24Lecture 24 : Further aspects of DIBAL-H based reductions and comparison with mixed chloride hydridesDownload
Verified
25Lecture 25 : Reductions with Red-Al, and Luche ReductionsDownload
Verified
26Lecture 26 : Further aspects of Luche reduction, stereochemistry in reductions & reduction with LiBH4 Download
Verified
27Lecture 27 : Reductions with Zn(BH4)2, LiBHEt3 (superhydride) & L & K-selectridesDownload
Verified
28Lecture 28 : Reductions with LS/KS selectrides and NaCNBH3Download
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29Lecture 29 : Dissolving metal reductions (Na, K, Mg) & McMurry coupling using Ti(0)Download
Verified
30Lecture 30 : Stereochemistry and mechanistic aspects of McMurry coupling & metal mediated reductions of alpha, beta-unsaturated ketonesDownload
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31Lecture 31 : Silanes [R3SiH, including polymethylhydrosiloxanes (PMHS)] as reducing agentsPDF unavailable
32Lecture 32 : Further aspects of silanes as reducing agents & Barton-McCombie deoxygenationPDF unavailable
33Lecture 33 : Tributyltinhydride (n-Bu3SnH) based radical based reductions & C-C bond formationsPDF unavailable
34Lecture 34 : Asymmetric synthesis: An introductionPDF unavailable
35Lecture 35 : Sharpless asymmetric epoxidation: Mechanism, stereochemistry and kinetic resolutionPDF unavailable
36Lecture 36 : Synthetic utility of chiral 2,3-epoxy alcohols obtained from Sharpless epoxidationPDF unavailable
37Lecture 37 : Katsuki-Jacobsen epoxidation: Mechanism and stereochemistryPDF unavailable
38Lecture 38 : Further aspects of Katsuki-Jacobsen epoxidation, & Introduction to Sharpless Asymmetric DihydroxylationPDF unavailable
39Lecture 39 : Mechanism, stereochemical aspects and synthetic applications of Sharpless Asymmetric DihydroxylationPDF unavailable
40Lecture 40 : Asymmetric hydrogenations and reductions using rhodium and ruthenium derived chiral catalystsPDF unavailable
41Lecture 41 : Asymmetric reduction with oxazaborilidinesPDF unavailable
42Lecture 42 : C-C bond formations: Introduction to enolate, enamine and enol silyl ether based chemistryPDF unavailable
43Lecture 43 : C-C bond formations using enol silyl ether and imine based chemistry including SAMP and RAMP based asymmetric alkylationsPDF unavailable
44Lecture 44 : Asymmetric C-C bond formations using Oppolzer’s camphorsultams and introduction to directed Aldol reactionsPDF unavailable
45Lecture 45 : Further aspects of Aldol chemistry including the use of boron and silicon enolatesPDF unavailable
46Lecture 46 : C-C bond formations using Evans’ oxazolidinone based chemistryPDF unavailable
47Lecture 47 : Ireland-Claisen rearrangement: Emphasis of enolate geometry on the stereochemical outcome, and Claisen rearrangementsPDF unavailable
48Lecture 48 : Aromatic Claisen rearrangement, Johnson-Claisen rearrangement and Eschenmoser-Claisen rearrangement and synthetic PDF unavailable
49Lecture 49 : Bellus-Claisen rearrangement, Aza-Claisen rearrangement, Thia-Claisen rearrangement, Chen-Mapp rearrangement and their synthetic applicationsPDF unavailable
50Lecture 50 : Zwitterionic-Claisen rearrangement, Overmann rearrangement, Bamford- Stevens and Shapiro reactions and synthetic applicationsPDF unavailable
51Lecture 51 : Introduction to allyl metal additions for C-C bond formationPDF unavailable
52Lecture 52 : Allylindium chemistry: Mechanism, stereochemistry and synthetic applicationsPDF unavailable
53Lecture 53 : Allyltin chemistry: Mechanism, stereochemistry and synthetic applicationsPDF unavailable
54Lecture 54 : Chemistry of allylsilanes: Mechanism, stereochemistry and synthetic applications (Part 1)PDF unavailable
55Lecture 55 : Further synthetic aspects of the chemistry of allylsilanes (Part 2)PDF unavailable
56Lecture 56 : Further synthetic aspects of the chemistry of allylsilanes (Part 3)PDF unavailable
57Lecture 57 : Chemistry of vinylsilanes: Mechanism, stereochemistry and synthetic applicationsPDF unavailable
58Lecture 58 : Peterson olefination and further synthetic aspects of vinylsilane chemistryPDF unavailable
59Lecture 59 : Simmons-Smith cyclopropanation: Mechanism, stereochemistry and synthetic applicationsPDF unavailable
60Lecture 60 : Course Summary and conclusionPDF unavailable


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