Comprehensive Organic Reactions in Aqueous Media, Second by Chao?Jun Li, Tak?Hang Chan(auth.)

By Chao?Jun Li, Tak?Hang Chan(auth.)

An intensive replace of the vintage reference on natural reactions in water

released virtually a decade in the past, the 1st version has served because the consultant for study during this burgeoning box. as a result expense, security, potency, and environmental friendliness of water as a solvent, there are various new purposes in and educational laboratories. greater than 40 percentage of this generally up-to-date moment version covers new reactions. For ease of reference, it truly is prepared via sensible teams. A center reference, finished natural Reactions in Aqueous Media, moment Edition:

* offers the main entire insurance of aqueous organicreactions available
* Covers the elemental ideas and thought and progresses to applications
* contains alkanes, alkenes, aromatics, electrophilic substitutions, carbonyls, alpha, beta-unsaturated carbonyls, carbon-nitrogen bonds, natural halides, pericyclic reactions, photochemical reactions, click on chemistry, and multi-step syntheses?
* offers examples of purposes in industry

this is often the finest reference for chemists and chemical engineers in or examine, in addition to for college kids in advanced-level courses.Content:
Chapter 1 creation (pages 1–13):
Chapter 2 Alkanes (pages 15–24):
Chapter three Alkenes (pages 25–75):
Chapter four Alkynes (pages 77–128):
Chapter five Alcohols, Phenols, Ethers, Thiols, and Thioethers (pages 129–149):
Chapter 6 natural Halides (pages 151–180):
Chapter 7 fragrant Compounds (pages 181–195):
Chapter eight Aldehyde and Ketones (pages 197–277):
Chapter nine Carboxylic Acids and Derivatives (pages 279–292):
Chapter 10 Conjugated Carbonyl Compounds (pages 293–320):
Chapter eleven Nitrogen Compounds (pages 321–354):
Chapter 12 Pericyclic Reactions (pages 355–407):

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The reaction was extended to atom-transfer radical polymerization (ATRP) by changing the monomer/halide ratio and could take place in aqueous media (Eq. 2 Radical Additions The addition of carbon-based radicals to alkenes has been shown to be successful in water. Thus, radical addition of 2-iodoalkanamide or 2-iodoalkanoic acid to alkenols using a water-soluble radical initiator in water generated γ-lactones (Eq. 119 In addition to carbon-based radicals, other radicals such as sulfur-based radicals, generated from RSH-type precursors (R = alkyl, acyl) with AIBN, also smoothly add to α-allylglycines protected at none, one, or both of the amino acid functions (NH2 and/or CO2 H).

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