Zvilichovsky Gury

Philadelphia 320
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Research Focus: 

"Zvilichovsky Heterocycle Synthesis"*. Synthesis and properties of heterocycles. Synthesis of natural and unnatural optically active amino acids. Disic acids. Aldisates. Paraionic compounds. Aminooxy acids:

Selected Publications: 

* "ZVILICHOVSKY Heterocycle Synthesis".  Was published by:
Organic Synthesis Based on Name reactions,  Editors A. Hassner and I Namboothiri. Elsevier, Amsterdam, Third Edition, p. 546 (2012)
Gury Zvilichovsky and Irina Dimant, "Difunctional disic acids. The strongest organic acids are derivatives of isoxazole" 14th Blue Danube Symposium on Heterocyclic Chemistry. Book  of abstracts. June 26-29, 2011, Podbanske, Slovakia (2011)
Gury Zvilichovsky, "Hydroxylamine analogs and derivatives. Aminooxy acids" Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups; Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic acids. Zvi Rapoport, Editor. John Wiley & Sons Ltd; (2010)
Isra Gbara-Haj-Yahia, Gury Zvilichovsky and Noa Seri, "Ozonolysis of 1,4-Cyclohexadienes in the presence of methanol and acid. Mechanism and intermediates in the conversion of 1,4-cyclohexadiene derivatives to β-keto Esters" J. Org. Chem., 69, 4135-4139 (2004)
Gury Zvilichovsky and Isra Gbara Haj-Yahia, "Birch reduction of (-)-ephedrine. Formation of a new versatile intermediate for organic synthesis" J. Org. Chem., 69, 5490-5493 (2004)
Gury Zvilichovsky and Isra Gbara Haj-Yahia,"Stereselectivity and Regioselectivity in nucleophilic ring opening in derivatives of 3-phenylisoxazolo[2,3-a]pyrimidine. Synthesis of derivatives of pyrimidylmethylamino acid amides, and alpha-amino-2-pyrimidinylacetamides." .J. Org. Chem. 69, 4966-4973 (2004)
Gury Zvilichovsky, "The chemistry of 4-aryl-3,5-dihydroxypyrazoles and their derivatives and formation of paraionic heterocyles", Trends in Heterocyclic Chemistry, 8., 75-84 (2002)
Gury Zvilichovsky, "Bizarre structural, chemical and spectral properties of 4-aryl-3,5-dihydroxyisoxazoles and their derivatives (disic acids)", Trends in Heterocyclic Chemistry, 8. 62-73 (2002)