Protecting Group Chemistry is #95 in OUP’s Oxford Chemistry Primers series. This book is primarily about functional group reactivity and mechanism organised around the reaction conditions that result in protecting group cleavage.
I am the Tutorial Fellow in Organic Chemistry at Brasenose College; contact details here.
My current lecture courses (2016/17) are listed below; handouts available by following the links from here (internal Oxford only).
• Organic Synthesis I [2nd year: MT, 4 lectures]
• Problem Solving [2nd year: TT, 2 lectures]
• Advanced Synthesis and Total Synthesis [3rd year: HT, 8 lectures + problem class; with Prof. Ed Anderson]
• Radicals, Radical Cations and Radical Anions [SBM-CDT students: MT, 2 days, lectures + group work]