Comprehensive Organic Reactions in Aqueous Media by Chao-Jun Li

By Chao-Jun Li

An in depth replace of the vintage reference on natural reactions in water released nearly a decade in the past, the 1st variation has served because the consultant for examine during this burgeoning box. because of the rate, security, potency, and environmental friendliness of water as a solvent, there are numerous new purposes in and educational laboratories. greater than 40 percentage of this widely up to date moment variation covers new reactions. For ease of reference, it truly is equipped via sensible teams. A center reference, complete natural Reactions in Aqueous Media, moment variation: * offers the main accomplished insurance of aqueous organicreactions on hand * Covers the elemental rules and idea and progresses to functions * comprises 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 undefined this is often the superior reference for chemists and chemical engineers in or study, in addition to for college students in advanced-level classes.

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