Green Sustainable Process for Chemical and Environmental Engineering and Science Sonochemical Organic Synthesis by Dr. Inamuddin
By: Inamuddin; Rajender Boddula; Abdullah M. Asiri
Publisher: Elsevier (S&T)
Print ISBN: 9780128195406, 0128195401
eText ISBN: 9780128227596, 0128227591
Copyright year: 2020
Green Sustainable Process for Chemical and Environmental Engineering and Science: Sonochemical Organic Synthesis focuses on purification and extraction of organic, biological, and medicinal compounds using sonochemistry. It provides readers with an understanding of green ultrasound-assisted chemical synthesis for industrial applications. This book systematically explores the application of ultrasound in organic synthesis of all types and includes stereoselectivity, regioselectivity, oxidations, reductions, protection, deprotection, additions, condensation, coupling, C-X bond formation, named reactions, heterocyclics, biological drugs, and fluoroorganics over conventional techniques. A brief introduction to the parameters which influence the process, solvent-effects, supported reagents and catalysis and the pros and cons to the practical use of sonochemical protocols in organic synthesis are also discussed. This book provides overview on the applications of sonochemical technology for the sustainable and environmentally friendly development of synthetic methodologies for organic and pharmaceutical chemistry. Sonochemical Organic Synthesis is an essential resource on green chemistry technologies for academic researchers, R&D professionals, and students working in modern organic chemistry and medicinal chemistry.
Offers a broad overview of ultrasonics-assisted green organic synthesis
Discusses sonochemical technology for green organic synthesis and biological medicinal importance
Gives detailed accounts of numerous industrial applications, including polymers, pharmaceutical, fluoroorganics, biofuel, carbon, and more
Includes a description of significant factors and challenges in ultrasonics-assisted green organic synthesis
Lists recent developments in the use of sonochemical technology in organic chemist
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