Chemical Synthesis Using Supercritical Fluids

Chemical Synthesis Using Supercritical Fluids

Editor(s): Philip G. Jessop, Walter Leitner

Published Online: 29 DEC 2007

Print ISBN: 9783527296057

Online ISBN: 9783527613687

DOI: 10.1002/9783527613687

About this Book

For 'better solutions' - this practical guide describes how to take advantage of supercritical fluids in chemical synthesis. Well-established in extractions and materials processing, supercritical fluids are becoming increasingly popular as media for modern chemical syntheses. Historically, the application of compressed gases has been restricted mainly to the production of bulk chemicals. In the last decade, however, research has turned to exploiting the unique properties of supercritical fluids for the synthesis of fine chemicals and specialized materials. Now that the necessary equipment is more readily available, the use of supercritical fluids should become more widespread in both laboratory and industrial scale syntheses.

More than merely a concise introduction to the properties of supercritical fluids, here leading experts give a thorough, up-to-date account of chemistry in these alternative media. In-depth scientific commentary, detailed reaction protocols, descriptions of necessary equipment, and an outline of spectroscopic techniques add to the value of this handbook aimed at innovative synthetic chemists.

Table of contents

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    2. Chapter 7

      Microemulsions, Emulsions and Latexes (pages 127–146)

      Keith P. Johnston, Gunilla B. Jacobson, C. Ted Lee, Carson Meredith, Sandro R. P. Da Rocha, Matt Z. Yates, Janet Degrazia and Theodore W. Randolph

    3. Chapter 8

      Vibrational Spectroscopy (pages 147–164)

      Steven M. Howdle, Michael W. George and Martyn Poliakoff

    4. Chapter 9

      NMR Spectroscopy (pages 165–194)

      Jerome W. Rathke, Robert J. Klingler, Rex E. Gerald, David E. Fremgen, Klaus Woelk, Sander Gaemers and Cornelis J. Elsevier

    5. Chapter 20

      Phase Transfer and Ammonium Salt Catalyzed Reactions (pages 446–454)

      Charles A. Eckert, Charles L. Liotta, Christy W. Culp and David R. Lamb

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