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V Tamara Perchyonok; Ioannis Lykakis; Al Postigo; Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain)
|Description:||xxiv, 779 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Chapter 1 Development of Free Radical Green Chemistry and Technology: Journey through Times, Solvents, Causes, Effects and Assessments; Chapter 2 Classical Synthetic Free Radical Transformations in Alternative Media: Supercritical CO2, Ionic Liquids and Fluorous Media; Chapter 3 Solvent-Free Carbon-Carbon Bond Formations in Ball Mills and in the Solid State; Chapter 4 Microwaves in Synthesis: How do Microwaves Promote the Reaction in Conventional and Alternative Media?; Chapter 5 Asymmetric Free-Radical Reductions Mediated by Chiral Stannanes, Germanes, and Silanes; Chapter 6 Organic Radical Reductions in Water: Water as a Hydrogen Atom Source; Chapter 7 Tin-Free Radical Reactions Mediated by Organoboron Compounds; Chapter 8 Thiols as Efficient Hydrogen Atom Donors in Free Radical Transformations in Aqueous Media; Chapter 9 Advances in the Use of Phosphorus-centered Radicals in Organic Synthesis in Conventional Flasks: Advantages, Reasons and Applications; Chapter 10 Metal-based Homogeneous Catalysis and Free Radical Synthesis: Advantages, Developments and Scope; Chapter 11 Radicals and Transition-metal Catalysis: a Complementary; Solution to Increase Reactivity and Selectivity in Organic Chemistry; Chapter 12 Reagent Control in Transition-metal-initiated Radical Reactions; Chapter 13 Enantioselective Radical Reactions and Organocatalysis; Chapter 14 The Sunny Side of Chemistry: Green Synthesis by Solar Light; Chapter 15 Sonochemistry: Ultrasound Application in Radical Synthesis; Chapter 16 Black-light-initiated Free Radical Reactions for Synthetic; Applications, Micro-reactors and Modified Nucleoside Synthesis; Chapter 17 Photo-catalysis and Metal-Oxygen-anion Cluster Decatungstate in Organic Chemistry: a Manifold Concept for Green Chemistry; Chapter 18 Radical Domino Reactions: Intermolecular Telescopic Reactions; Chapter 19 Telescopic Reactions and Free Radical Synthesis: Focus on Radical and Radical-Ionic Multicomponent Processes; Chapter 20 Radical-Radical-Radical Telescopic Reactions: from Rules through Reasons to Applications; Chapter 21 Applications of Conventional Free Radicals and Advances in Total Synthesis: from the Bench to the Future through the Vinyl Radical; Chapter 22 Streamlining Organic Free Radical Synthesis through Modern Molecular Technology: from Polymer-supported Synthesis to Microreactors and Beyond; Chapter 23 Radical Reactions and b-Cyclodextrin as a MolecularFerrari: Is There a Hidden Advantage of Speed, Power and Class? From Fundamental Reactions to Potential Applications; Chapter 24 Artificial Enzymes and Free Radicals: the Chemist's Perspective; Chapter 25 Applications of Conventional Free Radicals and Advances in Total Synthesis: from the Bench to Nature through SmI2 Radicals as an Efficient Trigger for Radical Cascades, a Journey from Orsay to the 21st Century; Chapter 26 Innovative Reactions Mediated by Zirconocene: Advantages and Scope; Chapter 27 Applications of Conventional Free Radicals and Advances in Total Synthesis: Radical Cascades in Bio-inspired Terpene Synthesis; Subject Index|
|Responsibility:||V. Tamara Perchyonok, Ioannis Lykakis, Al Postigo.|