7 edition of Solvent-free organic synthesis found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Green chemistry, Green chemistry series.|
|LC Classifications||QD262 .T36 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 433 p. :|
|Number of Pages||433|
|LC Control Number||2003276306|
Almost minimal solvents or solvent-free conditions are used, making it a very efficient and clean synthesis of various products. A jacketed screw reactor when operated at different temperatures (0 °C to °C) and over a range of rotation speeds for changing the residence time (15 s– s) helped to achieve maximum by: 2. Title:Green Solvents in Organic Synthesis: An Overview VOLUME: 17 ISSUE: 11 Author(s):Karem Shanab, Catharina Neudorfer, Eva Schirmer and Helmut Spreitzer Affiliation:Department of Drug and Natural Product Synthesis, University of Vienna, Althanstraße 14, Vienna, Austria. Keywords:Green solvents, Solvents, Green chemistry, Alternative solvents, Ionic liquids, Fluorous Cited by:
Remarkable influence of substituent in ionic liquid in control of reaction: simple, efficient and hazardous organic solvent free procedure for the synthesis of 2-aryl benzimidazoles promoted by ionic liquid, [pmim]BF4. Green Chemistry , 11 (5), DOI: / by: Solvents play an important role in organic synthesis. Most of the common organic solvents which have been used for organic synthesis include benzene, chloroform, toluene, carbon tetrachloride etc. Most of these are volatile (VOC) and have undesirable properties like toxicity or being harmful to the environment or may be obtained from non renewable petroleum sources.1/5(1).
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"Solvent-free Organic Synthesis is a long-needed and timely compilation of experimental procedures that do not use solvents during the reaction by: "Solvent-free Organic Synthesis is a long-needed and timely compilation of experimental procedures that do not use solvents during the reaction : Koichi Tanaka.
Koichi Tanaka became full professor at the faculty of Chemistry, Materials, and Bioengineering at Kansai University in His many publications cover the topics of substance transformation in organic chemistry.
He is author of the best selling book by Wiley-VCH "Solvent-free Organic Synthesis". Book. TOC. Actions. Share. Solvent‐free Organic Synthesis. Author(s): Prof. Koichi Tanaka; Solvent-free Organic Synthesis ist eine lange erwartete aktuelle Zusammenstellung experimenteller Syntheseprozesse, bei denen während des Reaktionsschritts keine Lösungsmittel verwendet werden.
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In this second edition of a best-selling handbook all the chapters have been completely revised and updated, while four completely new chapters have been added. In order to meet the needs of the practitioner, emphasis is placed on describing precisely the technology and know-how involved.
Adopting a didactic and comprehensible approach, the book. Solvent-free Organic Synthesis. The demand for increasingly clean and efficient chemical syntheses is continuously becoming more urgent from both an economic and an environmental standpoint. So-called green technologies are looking for alternatives, yet they focus on large quantities of hazardous even toxic solvents.1/5(1).
Solvent-free Organic Synthesis; Solvent-free Organic Synthesis; Solvent-free Organic Synthesis; Solvent-free Organic Synthesis. Tanaka ~~.pdf; Modern Organic Synthesis in the Laboratory by Jie Jack Li; TITLE IS?Advanced Organic Synthesis.
Methods and Techniques by. In(III) Triflate-Mediated Solvent-Free Synthesis and Activation of Thioglycosides by Ball Milling and Structural Analysis of Long Chain Alkyl Thioglycosides by TEM and Quantum Chemical Methods.
The Journal of Organic Chemistry79 (8), Cited by: Solvent-free organic synthesis has received significant interest from the chemist worldwide due to its advantage over chemical wastes in terms of sustainability and the requirements of green chemistry .
The use of solvent-free condition is also applied in the nitroaldol reaction [30,31]. A solvent-free approach for organic synthesis is described which involves microwave (MW) exposure of neat reactants (undiluted) either in the presence of a catalyst or catalyzed by the surfaces of inexpensive and recyclable mineral supports such as alumina, silica, clay, or "doped" surfaces, namely, Fe(NO3)3-clay (clayfen), Cu(NO3)2-clay (claycop), NH2OH-clay, PhI(OAc)2-alumina, NaIO4-silica.
Zinc acetate has also been used as a catalyst for solvent-free synthesis of benzimidazole derivatives at room temperature with approximately 90% yields. The solvent-free reaction is carried out using substituted o -phenylenediamines and aldehydes (both aryl and alkyl)  (Scheme 62).
Editorial Reviews "Solvent-free Organic Synthesis is a long-needed and timely compilation of experimental procedures that do not use solvents during the reaction : $ A solvent-free, nickel-catalyzed [2 + 2+2 + 2] cycloaddition of alkynes to synthesize substituted cyclooctatetraene (COT) derivatives has been developed.
Organic Synthesis under Solvent-free Condition. An Environmentally Benign Procedure - I. The author is a Professor. of Organic Chemistry at. Bangalore University, Bangalore.
Organic Chemistry II [MIT Notes] This organic chemistry course note focuses on the methods used to identify the structure of organic molecules, advanced principles of organic stereochemistry, organic reaction mechanisms, and methods used for the synthesis of organic compounds.
Advanced Organic Chemistry Francis A. Carey, Richard A. Sundberg Paperback, Pages First Edition, ISBN Springer. This article covers such solid-state organic reac-tions including the reactions that start with a solid, at least one solid reactant or solid catalyst, the reactions in the inclusion crystals, and organic solvent-free reactions mainly since although some review articles and books on.
Solvent-free organic synthesis By Tanaka The demand for increasingly clean and efficient chemical syntheses is continuously becoming more urgent from both an economic and an environmental standpoint. So-called green technologies are looking for alternatives, yet they focus on large quantities of hazardous even toxic solvents.
Abstract. Successful employment of mechanochemistry in synthesis of functionalized fullerene derivatives by cycloadditions was followed by application of the method to general organic synthesis. Solvent-free Diels–Alder reactions and 1,3-dipolar cycloadditions (Huisgen, click reaction) were employed in synthesis of six- and five-membered rings.
and structured book on solvent-free organic synthesis will be of great value for the broader application of better synthetic techniques and thus for a better envi- maries of examples of solvent-free organic reactions and is divided into 14 chapters: 1. Reduction, 2.
Oxidation, 3. Carbon–Carbon Bond Formation, 4. Carbon–Nitrogen Bond."Solvent-free Organic Synthesis is a long-needed and timely compilation of experimental procedures that do not use solvents during the reaction step.Keywords:Organic synthesis, solvent-free technique, solid-state reactions, green chemistry, mechanochemistry, microwave irradiation, ultrasound irradiation.
Abstract:Most of the synthetic chemical transformation reactions involve the use of different organic solvents. Unfortunately, some of these toxic solvents are used in chemical laboratory Author: Sainath Zangade, Pravinkumar Patil.