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Organic Synthesis: State of the Art 2007-2009 by Douglass Taber
Introduction to Radiometry and Photometry, Second Edition
Sustainable Solvents: Perspectives from Research, Business and International Policy (Green Chemistry Series) by James H Clark, Andrew Hunt, Corrado Topi, Giulia Paggiola, James Sherwood
Handbook of Surface Plasmon Resonance, 2nd Edition by Richard B M Schasfoort
Functional Supramolecular Materials: From Surfaces to MOFs (Monographs in Supramolecular Chemistry) by Rahul Banerjee, Jonathan Steed, Philip Gale
🔆Organic Synthesis: State of the Art 2007-2009 by Douglass Taber
Organic synthesis is a vibrant and rapidly evolving field; we can now cyclize amines directly onto alkenes. Like the first two books in this series, Organic Synthesis: State of the Art 2003-2005 and Organic Synthesis: State of the Art 2005-2007, this reference leads readers quickly to the most important recent developments.
Two years of Taber’s popular weekly online column, “Organic Chemistry Highlights”, as featured on the organic-chemistry.org website, are consolidated here, with cumulative indices of all three volumes in this series. Important topics that are covered range from powerful new methods for C-C bond construction to asymmetric organocatalysis and direct C-H functionalization.
This go-to reference focuses on the most important recent developments in organic synthesis, and includes a succinct analysis of the significance and applicability of each new synthetic method. It details and analyzes more than twenty complex total syntheses, including the Sammakia synthesis of the Macrolide RK-397, the Ley synthesis of Rapamycin, and the Kobayashi synthesis of (-)-Norzoanthamine.
🔆Introduction to Radiometry and Photometry, Second Edition
by William Ross McCluney (Author)
This second edition of an Artech House classic title describes in detail the relationship between radiometry and photometry. It covers information needed to solve problems in radiation transfer and detection, detectors, measuring instruments, and concepts in colorimetry.
About the Author
William Ross McCluney served as a principal research scientist from 1976 to 2007 at the Florida Solar Energy Center, a research institute of the University of Central Florida. He earned his doctorate in physics from the University of Miami, FL.
🔆Sustainable Solvents: Perspectives from Research, Business and International Policy (Green Chemistry Series) by James H Clark, Andrew Hunt, Corrado Topi, Giulia Paggiola, James Sherwood
Solvents are ubiquitous throughout the chemical industry and are found in many consumer products. As a result, interest in solvents and their environmental impact has been steadily increasing. However, in order to achieve maximum integration of new green solvents into the relevant chemical sectors, clarification of the social, economic, and environmental implications of solvent substitution are needed. This book explores the solvent life cycle, highlighting the challenges faced at various points, from production, through the supply-chain and downstream use to end-of-life treatment. It also discusses the potential benefits that a green chemistry and bio-based economy approach could bring. The current state-of-the-art of green solvents is evaluated along these lines, in addition to reviewing their applications with an appreciation of sustainability criteria. Providing a critical assessment on emerging solvents and featuring case studies and perspectives from different sectors, this is an important reference for academics and industrialists working with solvents, as well as policy-makers involved in bio-based initiatives.
🔆Handbook of Surface Plasmon Resonance, 2nd Edition by Richard B M Schasfoort
Surface plasmon resonance (SPR) plays a dominant role in real-time interaction sensing of biomolecular binding events and with the biosensor field expanding more applications are being found. In response to the market, an update to the original title which was published in 2008 is now appropriate. With over fifty percent of the material being updated, this book provides a total system description including optics, fluidics and sensor surfaces.
Spanning theory, instrumentation and applications, it covers all the relevant issues for the practicing researcher. Unlocking the potential for SPR by showing highly exciting and unique opportunities for unraveling the functional relationships of complex biological processes, it is intended for a wide audience. A comprehensive and accessible source it contains expanded tutorial details to inspire students and guide them in this technology.
🔆Functional Supramolecular Materials: From Surfaces to MOFs (Monographs in Supramolecular Chemistry) by Rahul Banerjee, Jonathan Steed, Philip Gale
Supramolecular materials have a great number of applications due to the reversibility of their non-covalent molecular interactions, such as reversible hydrogen bonding, host–guest interactions and electrostatic interactions. This book provides a comprehensive source of information on the structure and function of organic and metal–organic supramolecular materials.
The chapters of this book provide an overview of supramolecular material assembly at various scales, including the formation of 2D polymers and molecular cages. The role of intermolecular interactions in solid and solution state self-assembly is discussed, as is the role of mechanochemistry on molecular and supramolecular architectures. Finally, novel applications of these materials in molecular recognition, catalysis, light harvesting and environmental remediation are covered.
Functional Supramolecular Materials will be of interest to graduate students and researchers in academia and industry in the fields of supramolecular chemistry and functional materials science.
Contributors: Neil Champness, Parthasarathi Dastidar, Pradyut Ghosh, Pritam Mukhopadhyay, Jagadese J. Vittal, S Saha, Deanna M D’Alessandro, Shengqian Ma, Gareth Lloyd, Jack Clegg, Hani M. El-Kaderi, Tapas Kumar Maji