Catalysis Series celebrates 30 books

Front cover of Dienamine Catalysis

With the publication of Dienamine Catalysis for Organic Synthesis by Anebouselvy, Ramachary and Kumar, the Catalysis Series sees the milestone publication of its 30th book. The Series will also mark the ten-year anniversary of its first publication in June.

Led by newly appointed Editor-in-chief Justin Hargreaves, the series covers both research developments and applications of catalysis. Since the publication of its first book, Carbons and Carbon Supported Catalysts in Hydroprocessing, the Series has covered topics including metal nanoparticles, hetergoneous gold catalysts and trends in cross-coupling.


About the book

In the past decade, a new era in asymmetric catalysis has been realised by the discovery of L-proline induced chiral enamines from carbonyls. Building on the momentum of this rapidly expanding research area, Dienamine Catalysis for Organic Synthesis provides a comprehensive introduction, covering preformed dienamine species, in situ generation and applications in the synthesis of bioactive molecules and natural products.


Other Recently Published Books in the series include:

  • Zeolites in Catalysis edited by Jiří Čejka and Russell E Morris (ISBN 978-1-78262-784-5, 2017)
  • Biocatalysis: an Industrial Perspective edited by Pablo Domínguez de María and Gonzalo de Gonzalo (ISBN 978-1-78262-619-0, 2017)

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