Handbook of Reagents, 4 Volume Set

Book Details

  • Published: 28 January 2010
  • ISBN: 978-0-470-66649-4
  • Author: Gary Molander

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EROS has become a brand name for high quality information on organic reagents. For chemists at the bench we have developed the series of Handbooks of Reagents for Organic Synthesis, which contain all the necessary information in focused volumes. All content has been expertly collected and presented by an internationally recognised and respected editorial board.

This four-volume set comprises of:

Fluorine-Containing Reagents

Today every synthetic chemist working in medicinal and pharmaceutical areas are expected to synthesize compounds containing Fluorides. This book will be an important source of information for the selection and handling of the right reagents.

Catalyst Components for Coupling Reactions

Compiles all major catalyst components in use in the area, and is intended to guide the experimentalist and facilitate choice among the numerous reagents available for any one purpose. The Handbook details pre-catalysts, catalysts, and ligands prominently employed in coupling reactions, broadly defined.

Reagents for Radical and Radical Ion Chemistry

Concentrates on reagents for the creation and use of radicals and radical ions, reflecting the enormous growth of radical chemistry over the past ten years. Includes coverage of reagents used in the preparation of key radical and radical ion precursors, reagents for the generation of radical and radical ions themselves, initiators, and radical traps.

Sulfur-Containing Reagents

Sulfur containing molecules are essential in a wide range of applications, such as drugs, pesticides and polymers and “Sulfur bridges” are important in peptide and protein chemistry. This handbook provides a compilation of all relevant Sulfur containing reagents and how to select and handle the right reagents.

This set is intended for chemists in industry and academia, especially in the areas of medicinal chemistry, drug development, pharmaceutical chemistry, biological chemistry, biochemistry, bioorganic chemistry, agricultural and food industries, plastics, polymers, dyes, cosmetics, detergents and novel materials. They are ideal for use in the laboratory.

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