By Prof. Dr. C. Oliver Kappe, Dr. Alexander Stadler, Dr. Doris Dallinger(auth.), Raimund Mannhold, Hugo Kubinyi, Gerd Folkers(eds.)
Adapted to the desires of medicinal and usual items chemists, the second one variation of this distinctive guide brings the contents in control, nearly doubling the quantity of chemical info with an extra quantity.
As within the predecessor, a quick introductory part covers the theoretical historical past and evaluates at present on hand instrumentation and gear. the most a part of the ebook then is going directly to systematically survey the total variety of released microwave-assisted synthesis equipment from their beginnings within the Nineties to mid-2011, drawing on information from greater than 5,000 studies and courses. all through, the focal point is on these reactions, reagents and response stipulations that paintings, and which are the main suitable for medicinal and traditional items chemistry. a far accelerated part is dedicated to combinatorial, high-throughput and move chemistry equipment.
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9). Heating of the microwave-transparent solvent, when using the standard glass vessel, is the result of indirect heating by conduction and convection phenomena via the hot surface of the self-absorbing glass. Since an IR sensor directly monitors the surface temperature of the glass (rather than of its contents), the observed effects are more pronounced using this type of monitoring method . It is important to note, however, that in case of medium or strongly microwave-absorbing reaction mixtures, the heating of the glass reaction vessel can be considered negligible and is therefore of little practical concern in microwave synthesis .
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