Chemistry for Patent Attorneys, written by science and technology researcher Francis J. Waller, PhD, with consulting editor Justin J. Hasford, a partner at Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett&Dunner, LLP, provides a practical introduction to organic and polymer chemistry, chemical reactions used to prepare large-scale industrial chemical intermediates and polymers, catalysis that enable these reactions, biochemistry, and other emerging technologies. It will be useful to lawyers seeking to understand how these disciplines are used in end applications, such as pharmaceutical intermediates or drugs, conducting polymers, photovoltaics, new monomers for polymers, and even proteomics, all of which are covered in detail. The book also provides an extensive vocabulary that will allow patent attorneys to communicate more effectively with their clients and inventors involved in chemistry-related inventions.
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Table of ContentsChapter 1 Introduction to Patents, Chemical Knowledge, and Chemistry Patents
Chapter 2 Brief Introduction to Organic Chemistry
Chapter 3 Processes for Manufacturing Chemicals
Chapter 4 Introduction to Polymer Chemistry
Chapter 5 Fine Chemicals and Organic Synthesis
Chapter 6 Catalysis and Catalysts
Chapter 7 Biosciences
Chapter 8 Advanced Materials
Chapter 9 Applying Organic Principles
Chapter 10 Reference Library