Thiirane Synthesis Essay

Waldemar Adam, born in 1937 in the Ukraine, was raised in Germany and received his education in the United States (Ph.D. degree in 1961 at M.I.T. under the guidance of Prof. F. D. Greene). He moved to Puerto Rico, where he started his academic career in 1961 at the University of Puerto Rico (Rio Piedras), and was promoted to Professor in 1970. From 1980 to 2002, he was appointed to the Chair of Organic Chemistry at the University of Würzburg. He was honored by numerous awards and coauthored more than 950 publications. In April 2003, he moved back to Puerto Rico (San Juan) for retirement.

Rainer M. Bargon, born 1973 in Ulm, Germany, received his chemical education at the Julius-Maximilians-University of Würzburg. In 1997, he spent 4 months with Prof. Pommelet as an undergraduate research student at the ISMRA in Caen, France, before he joined Prof. Adam's research group. He received his Master's degree in 1999 and his Ph.D. degree in 2002. His main research interests concern sulfur-transfer reactions to organic substrates.

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English: Thiirane synthesis

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