Green Chemistry: Greener Alternatives to Synthetic Organic Transformations
Editor(s): V. K. Ahluwalia
E-ISBN: Publication Year: Reprint 2012
Binding: Paper Back Dimension: 185mm x 240mm Weight: 420
About the book
GREEN CHEMISTRY deals with environmentally benign organic transformations. The book is divided into two parts. The first part deals with introduction, principles of green chemistry and planning a green synthesis. In the second part synthetic organic transformations in aqueous phase, solid phase, photochemical transformations, using phase transfer catalysts, using sonication, microwaves, enzymatic transformations, transformations in ionic liquids, polyethylene glycol and also transformations using polymer support reagents are discusses. Besides, some miscellaneous transformations are also described. The experimental details of a large number of transformations in all the above heads are given.
This book will be extremely helpful to students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and also to research students, chemists and scientists engaged in research in the colleges, universities and industries.
Table of Contents
Preface / Part I – Introduction / Part II: Greener Alternatives to Synthetic Organic Transformations – Aqueous Phase Transformations / Transformations in Solid Phase / Photochemical Transformations / Transformation using Phase Transfer Catalysts / Transformations using Sonication / Transformations using Microwaves Irradiations / Enzymatic Transformations / Transformations in Ionic Liquids / Transformations in Polyethylene Glycol / Transformations Involving Polymer Support Reagents or Substrates / Miscellaneous Transformations / Index.
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Chemists, Scientists and Researchers