Organic Reactions in Aqueous Media / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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From cost and safety to synthetic efficiency and environmental friendliness, water has many potential advantages as a solvent for organic reactions. This book examines different aspects of organic reactions in water, enabling readers to gain an essential understanding of current thinking on a range of reaction types and techniques.
Beginning with basic theory and progressing to synthetic applications, Organic Reactions in Aqueous Media is an ideal platform for both advanced-level study and practical research. It covers these key areas:
• Fundamental properties of water
• Pericyclic reactions-including Diels-Alder reactions
• Nucleophilic additions and substitutions
• Metal mediated reactions
• Transition metal catalyzed reactions
• Oxidations and reductions
• Industrial applications
|Product dimensions:||6.28(w) x 9.35(h) x 0.78(d)|
About the Author
CHAO-JUN LI, PhD, is Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Tulane University.
TAK-HANG CHAN, PhD, is Professor of Chemistry and Vice-Principal (Academic) at McGill University in Canada.
Table of Contents
Nucleophilic Additions and Substitutions.
Metal- Mediated Reactions.
Oxidations and Reductions.