In the case of students, this laboratory preparations manual can be used to find additional experiments to illustrate concepts in synthesis and to augment existing laboratory texts. A name reaction index is also included to direct the reader to the location where specific reactions appear in this manual.
The industrial chemist is frequently required to prepare a variety of compounds, and this manual can serve as a convenient guide to choose a synthetic route.
- Offers detailed directions for the synthesis of various functional groups
- Includes up-to-date references to the journal literature and patents (foreign and domestic)
- Reviews the chemistry for each functional group with suggestions where additional research is needed
- Name reactions are indexed along with the preparations cited
Students and professors involved in organic synthesis in either academic or industrial laboratories, lookin for reliable organic or polymer preparations
Preface. Introduction. Hydrocarbons. Paraffinic and Aromatic. Olefins. Acetylenes. Alcohols and Phenols. Ethers and Oxides. Halides. Aldehydes. Ketones. Carboxylic Acids. Esters. Amides. Cyanates. Isocyanates. Thiocyanates. Isothiocyanates. Amines. Hydrazine Derivatives. Hydrazones. Hydrazides. Diazo. Diazonium Compounds. Nitro Compounds. Nitriles. Cyanides. Mercaptans. Sulfides. Disulfides. Sulfoxides. Sulfones. Sulfonic Acids. Allenes. Ortho Esters. Sulfites. Enamines. Ynamines. Ureas and Polyureas. Carbodiimides. N-Carbamates. Urethanes. O-Carbamates. Imines. Azides. Azo Compounds. Azoxy Compunds. Acetals. Ketals. Anhydrides. Monoalkyl Sulfates. Amidines. Imides. Oximes. Hydroxamic Acids. Polymer Preparations. Appendix. Name Reaction Index. Subject Index.
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- 15th October 1992
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Dr. Stanley R. Sandler won the R&D 100 Award offered by the industry in 1990 for a significant commercial process to prepare an important organic intermediate. In addition to this honor, he has over 100 publications involving patents, books, an encyclopedia article, several journal articles, and he is currently a referee for several journals. Sandler received his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from Penn State University.
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Wolf Karo was a winner of the Westinghouse Science Talent Search. He holds a number of patents, and has been active in developing applications of monodispersed microspheres in diagnostic testing and other areas of biotechnology. Karo received his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from Cornell University.