Albert Eschenmoser - ETH Zurich, Scripps Research Institute, Leopold Ru i ka, Eschenmoser sulfide contraction
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Albert Eschenmoser (born August 5, 1925) is a Swiss chemist working at the ETH Zurich and The Scripps Research Institute. His work together with Lavoslav Ru i ka on terpenes and the postulation of squalene cyclization to form lanosterol improved the insight into steroid biosynthesis. In the early 1960s, Eschenmoser began work on what was the most complex natural product synthesized at the time - vitamin B12. In a remarkable collaboration with his colleague Robert Burns Woodward in Harvard, a team of almost one hundred students and postdoctoral workers worked for many years on the synthesis of this molecule. The work was finally published in 1973, and it marked a landmark in the history of organic chemistry.
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