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Chemistry - Organic Chemistry | New Avenues to Efficient Chemical Synthesis - Emerging Technologies

New Avenues to Efficient Chemical Synthesis

Emerging Technologies

Seeberger, P.H., Blume, T. (Eds.)

2007, XIV, 241 p.

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  • Compact overview of the current status of the respective technologies in synthesis
  • Includes many real-life examples from industry and academic institutions

In modern drug discovery and development, chemical synthesis is one of the key technologies. For the rapid preparation of new test compounds and drug development candidates, several innovative technologies with great potential have emerged: microreactor chemistry, nanotechnology and catalysis research, microwave-assisted organic synthesis, and new developments in solid supported synthesis.

This book covers lectures about the theory, use, scope and limitations of these new technologies in chemical synthesis. It provides a useful overview for scientists in the pharmaceutical industry as well as in academic institutions interested in chemical synthesis for drug discovery and development.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Chemical Synthesis - Medicinal Chemistry - New Technologies - catalysis - chemistry - nanotechnology - organic chemistry - pharmaceuticals

Related subjects » Chemistry - Industrial Chemistry and Chemical Engineering - Nanotechnology - Organic Chemistry

Table of contents 

Microreactors as Tools in the Hands of Synthetic Chemists.- Micro-Fluidic and Lab-on-a-Chip Technology.- Microreactors as New Tools for Drug Discovery and Development.- Microchemical Systems for Discovery and Development.- Isoindolones and Related N-Heterocycles Isoindolones and Related N-Heterocycles via Palladium Nanoparticle-Catalyzed 3-Component Cascade Reactions.- Applying Homogeneous Catalysis for the Synthesis of Pharmaceuticals.- An Integrated Approach to Developing Chemoenzymatic Processes at the Industrial Scale.- Scale-Up in Microwave-Accelerated Organic Synthesis.- Solid Supported Reagents in Multi-Step Flow Synthesis.- Solid-Phase Supported Synthesis: A Possibility for Rapid Scale-Up of Chemical Reactions.- Microstructured Reactors for Development and Production in Pharmaceutical and Fine Chemistry.

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