Synthetic Strategies in Chemistry
by B. Viswanathan
Publisher: Indian Institute of Technology 2008
Number of pages: 361
Introduction to synthetic strategies in chemistry, synthetic methods based on activating the reactant, methods based on activating the reacting substance, synthesis of materials based on solubility principle, sol-gel techniques, template based synthesis, micro-emulsion techniques, synthesis by solid state decomposition, newer synthetic strategies for nano materials, the role of synthesis in materials technology, electrochemical synthesis, catalytic and non catalytic, synthesis strategies – from laboratory to industry, synthesis of chemicals from CO2, carbohydrates to chemicals, some conceptual developments in synthesis in chemistry, computational basics underlying the synthetic strategies.
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