Tamio Hayashi was born in Gifu, Japan, in 1948. He graduated from Kyoto University in 1970. He received his Ph.D. degree in 1975 from Kyoto University under the direction of Professor Makoto Kumada. The title of his thesis was “Catalytic Asymmetric Hydrosilylation of Olefins and Ketones”. Then he was appointed as a Research Associate in Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University. He spent the year 1976−1977 as a postdoctoral fellow at Colorado State University with Professor Louis S. Hegedus. He was promoted to Full Professor in 1989 in the Catalysis Research Center, Hokkaido University. Since 1994, he has been Full Professor in the Faculty of Science, Kyoto University. His awards include the Award for Young Chemists of the Society of Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan, in 1983, the IBM (Japan) Prize in 1991, and The Chemical Society of Japan Award in 2003. He has been interested in the development of new reactions catalyzed by transition metal complexes, especially in catalytic asymmetric reactions.
Building upon the work of Gottlieb, Kotlyar, and Nudelman in the Tables of 1H and 13C NMR resonances for common organic contaminants are reported in 12 different deuterated organic solvents frequently used to study organometallic systems.
The Role of Protective Groups in Organic Synthesis (pages 1–16)
The Role of Protective Groups in Organic Synthesis1 Properties of a Protective Group 1 Historical Development 2 Development of New Protective Groups 2 Selection of a Protective Group from This Book 4 Synthesis of Complex Substances: Two Examples (As used in theSynthesis of Himastatin and Palytoxin) of the SelectionIntroduction and Removal of Protective Groups 5 Synthesis of Himastatin 5 Synthesis of Palytoxin Carboxylic Acid 9 2.