New Methodologies and Techniques for a Sustainable Organic Chemistry
Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on New Methodologies and Techniques in Organic Chemistry: Sustainable Development in a Secure Environment Certosa di Pontignano, Siena, Italy,
14-23 October 2005
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Details new concepts and results for sustainable organic chemistry
Discusses the problems of environmentally benign organic processes on an interdisciplinary approach
Features world-renowned experts in selective catalysis, development of new reagents and methods who present their recent results
Chemical industries have to face the challenge of finding adequate processes to produce large quantities of new products, while at the same time decreasing both the impact on the environment and the risk of disaster. These issues have led to the establishment of new concepts of sustainable development as affirmed in the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development and has been the subject of intensive studies in the last two decades.
This book addresses this challenge. It collects the recent "New Methodologies and Techniques for a Sustainable Organic Chemistry" and provides a wealth of information, including:
New efficient and selective catalytic processes
The use of non-usual media or environmentally benign reagents
New selective and efficient synthetic methods
New techniques based on alternative energy sources.
All these topics are covered in 15 chapters written by world-renowned experts in these fields who were the lecturers of the NATO ASI NeMeTOC (2005, Siena). Since some of the authors have an industrial background, the book helps to answer virt
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Alkene - Chemistry - Cycloaddition - Mathematics - NATO - Physics - Science - Series II - development - organic chemistry
Reactions in Non-Conventional Media for Sustainable Organic Synthesis; R.A. Sheldon.-
Catalytic Asymmetric Synthesis With Novel Monodentate Phosphorus Ligands; B.D. Chapsal and I. Ojima.-
New Cyclization And Cycloaddition Reactions In Organic Synthesis; Wen-Hua Chiou and I. Ojima.-
New Chiral Catalysts For C-C-Bond Formations; C. Bolm.-
Intramolecular Reactions Of Alkynes With Alkenes Catalyzed by Platinum and Gold; A.M. Eehavarren et al.-
Industrial Synthesis Design With Low Environmental Impact In the Pharma Industry; W. Cabri.-
New Efficient Catalytic Processes in Water. An Environmental Benign Solvent; J.-P. Genet.-
Homo- & Heterogeneous Catalysis Using Base Metals From Groups 10 & 11; B.H. Lipshutz.-
An Introduction to Supercritical Fluids: From Bench Scale to Commercial Plant; P. Licence and M. Poliakoff.-
Solventless Reactions Under Microwave Activation: Safety And Efficiency at the Service of Customer Friendly Chemistry; A. Ricci.-
Adventures In Microwave-Assisted Organic Synthesis: Contributions from the Kappe Laboratory 2000-2005; C. Oliver Kappe et al.-
Development Of New Supported Reagents For The Synthesis of Biologically Active Molecules; A. Solinas and M. Taddei.-
Photochemistry As A Green Synthetic Method; A. Albini and M. Fagnoni.-
Novel Methods for the Separation of Optical Isomers; F. Faigl et al.-
Highly Selective Metalation Reactions; A. Mordini et al.