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The Art of Process Chemistry
     

The Art of Process Chemistry

by Nobuyoshi Yasuda
 

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Providing must-have knowledge for the pharmaceutical industry and process chemists in industry, this ready reference offers solutions for saving time and money and supplying -- in a sustainable way -- valuable products. Application-oriented and well structured, each chapter presents successful strategies for the latest modern drugs, showing how to provide very fast

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Providing must-have knowledge for the pharmaceutical industry and process chemists in industry, this ready reference offers solutions for saving time and money and supplying -- in a sustainable way -- valuable products. Application-oriented and well structured, each chapter presents successful strategies for the latest modern drugs, showing how to provide very fast bulk quantities of drug candidates. Throughout, the text illustrates how all the key factors are interwoven and dependent on one another in creating optimized methods for optimal products.

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"The book will be of great value to students looking to move into a career in process research; the enthusiasm and commitment of the authors comes over in the text, and the attention to detail and emphasis on mechanistic evaluation is a lesson to all. Academics will find much material that can be used in teaching . . . so in conclusion, this is an outstanding book which discusses the art of process research and developing process understanding." (Organic Process, Research & Development Journal, 17 December 2010)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9783527633586
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
12/01/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
298
File size:
11 MB
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Meet the Author

Nobuyoshi Yasuda received his bachelor from Tokyo Institute of Technology under the direction of Professor Teruaki Mukaiyama and Professor Hisashi Takei and his mater degree from the same university under the direction of Professor Hisashi Takei. After working at Fujisawa Pharmaceutical Company, Japan as a Medicinal Chemist, he received Ph. D. from Tokyo Institute of Technology in 1987. After spend one year as a postdoctoral fellow under Professor Robert M. Williams at Colorado State University from 1988 to 1989, he joined in Process Chemistry, Merck Research Laboratories in 1990. He has over 60 publications and over 50 patents.

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