The very best and latest advances compiled in a single volume-an ideal resource for graduate students and researchers . . .
Here is the perfect introduction to chemistry under extreme or non-classical conditions, including use of high temperature species, high pressure, supercritical media, sonochemistry, and microwave chemistry. Written by leading experts in their respective fields, this unique text applies a unified approach to each method, including background, instrumentation, examples, information on industrial applications (where relevant), and sources for further reading. Featured topics:
* Chemical Synthesis Using High Temperature Species
* Effect of Pressure on Inorganic Reactions
* Effect of Pressure on Organic Reactions
* Organic Synthesis at High Pressure
* Inorganic and Related Chemical Reactions in Supercritical Fluids
* Organic Chemistry in Supercritical Fluids
* Industrial and Environmental Applications of Supercritical Fluids
* Ultrasound as a New Tool for Synthetic Chemists
* Applications of High Intensity Ultrasound in Polymer Chemistry
* Chemistry Under Extreme Conditions in Water Induced Electrohydraulic Cavitation and Pulsed-Plasma Discharges
* Microwave Dielectric Heating Effects in Chemical Synthesis
* Biomolecules Under Extreme Conditions
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This copiously illustrated book is designed as both an introduction to and an outline of novel experimental techniques available to synthetic, organic, inorganic, and polymer chemists. Experts in their respective fields discuss the use of conditions such as high temperature, high pressure, and sound in laboratory experiments. Each chapter contains an overview, history of the subject, experimental, evaluation, and projections of future developments of the techniques; plus examples. Includes an extensive number of current and useful literature citations.About the Author:
RUDI VAN ELDIK, DSc, is Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Erlangen-Nurnberg, Germany. He is the editor of Inorganic High Pressure Chemistry and coeditor of High Pressure Chemistry and Biochemistry.
COLIN D. HUBBARD, PhD, until recently Professor of Chemistry at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, is presently group leader at the University of Erlangen-Nurnberg, Germany.
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