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|Statement||by Donald W. MacArdle.|
|LC Classifications||QD281.S8 M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 217 p.|
|Number of Pages||217|
|LC Control Number||25019100|
Written by highly renowned and experienced authors, this is the only reference on the application of solvents as reagents. Clearly structured, the text describes various methods for the activation and reaction of these small molecules, highlighting the synthetic opportunities as well as process-oriented advantages. To this end, all relevant types of solvents are covered Author: Xiao-Feng Wu. W., M. (1) The Synthesis of Benzene Derivatives (2) The Use of Solvents in Synthetic Organic Chemistry (3) Organic Syntheses: an Annual Publication of Satisfactory Methods for the Preparation of. Handbook of Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Second Edition updates and expands the author’s popular work, Synthetic Organic Chemist’s Companion. This new handbook provides valuable, practical guidance; incorporates corrections, and includes coverage on important topics, such as lyophylization, crystallization, precipitation, HPLC detectors, gases, and microwave reactions. A hands-on guide to assist in the planning and execution of synthetic reactions in the laboratory. Despite the maturity of organic chemistry, it can still be very challenging to identify optimal methods for synthetic transformations that perform as well in real-world manufacturing processes as they do in the laboratory.
Research concerning green solvents is focused on reducing environmental damages due to the use of toxic solvents in organic chemistry. Hence, there have been developed a lot of solvent-free processes as well as more efficient recycling protocols in the last decades. Unfortunately, these approaches have their by: Just reading through organic chemistry book (Modern Projects in Organic Chemistry by Mohrig, et al.), and it seems like the choice of solvent is usually arbitrary. One of the experiments designed uses hypochlorite ion as the oxidizer and acetone as a solvent to oxidize 4- tert -butylcyclohexanol, but it isn't clear why this solvent is chosen. on the use of reaction media such as water or fluorous recyclable biphasic systems. All these studies make organic synthesis more and more efficient, economic and safe. 1. Introduction Definition and Story of Synthetic Organic Chemistry The term synthesis means in Greek “put together”. Synthetic organic chemistry is the. organic synthesis to approach modern synthetic reactions in a haphazard manner. The purpose of this text is to provide a survey, and systematic introduction to, the modern techniques of organic synthesis for the advanced undergraduate student or the beginning graduate student. An attempt has been made to acquaint the student with aFile Size: 9MB.
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