Microwave-Enhanced Chemistry: Fundamentals, Sample Preparation, and Applications

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Microwaves are finding diverse applications throughout the physical sciences. This volume presents the fundamentals of microwave-enhanced chemistry, including the theory behind sample preparation and new and alternative instruments. It also details new and emerging environmental and industrial applications and covers international sample preparation standards.
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Sixteen contributions provide a broad perspective on the field of microwaves as a chemical laboratory technique. Topics include microwave-assisted sample preparation, its fundamentals and techniques, and its use in many fields of chemistry such as the synthesis of organic, organometallic, and inorganic compounds and catalysts. Also addressed are safety issues. Intended for professional chemists and for international reference. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780841233751
  • Publisher: American Chemical Society
  • Publication date: 1/28/1997
  • Series: ACS Professional Reference Book Series
  • Pages: 800
  • Product dimensions: 9.10 (w) x 5.90 (h) x 1.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Fundamentals of Microwave Application
1. Applications of Microwave Dielectric Heating Effects to Synthetic Problems in Chemistry
2. Overview of Microwave-Assisted Sample Preparation, Peter J. Walter, Stuart Chalk, and H. M. (Skip) Kingston
3. Environmental Microwave Sample Preparation: Fundamentals, Methods, and Applications, H. M. (Skip) Kingston, Peter Walter, Stuart Chalk, Elke Lorentzen, and Dirk Link
Alternative Laboratory Microwave Instruments
4. Development of High-Pressure Closed-Vessel Systems for Microwave-Assisted Sample Digestion, Henryk Matusiewicz
5. Focused-Microwave-Assisted Reactions: Atmospheric-Pressure Acid Digestion, On-Line Pretreatment and Acid Digestion, Volatile Species Production, and Extraction, J. M. Mermet
6. Applying Flow Methodology to Microwave-Enhanced Reactions, K. E. Williams and Stephen J. Haswell
7. Pressure-Controlled Microwave-Assisted Wet Digestion Systems, Gnter Knapp, F. Panholzer, A. Schalk, and P. Kettisch
Chemistry Applications
8. Microwave Heating in Organic Chemistry: An Update, George Majetich and Karen Wheless
9. Use of Microwave Heating in Undergraduate Organic Laboratories, George Majetich, Rodgers Hicks, and Edwin Neas
10. Microwave-Assisted Inorganic Reactions, David R. Baghurst and D. Michael P. Mingos
11. Applications of Microwaves in Catalytic Chemistry, Gary Bond and Richard B. Moyes
12. Microwave-Assisted Solvent Extraction, L. Jassie, R. Revesz, T. Kierstead, E. Hasty, and S. Matz
Biochemistry Applications
13. Microwave Hydrolysis of Proteins and Peptides for Amino Acid Analysis, W. G. Engelhart
14. Microwave Methods for Sample Preparation in Pathology, L. P. Kok and Mathilde E. Boon
Accessing Sample Preparation Information on the WWW
15. SamplePrep Web: Analytical Sample-Preparation and Microwave-Chemistry Resource Center, Stuart J. Chalk, H. M. (Skip) Kingston, Peter J. Walter, Kristen McQuillin, and Jason Brown
Laboratory Microwave Safety
16. Laboratory Microwave Safety, H. M. (Skip) Kingston, Peter J. Walter, W. Gary Engelhart, and Patrick J. Parsons

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