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Microwave Chemistry

Edited by: Giancarlo Cravotto and Diego Carnaroglio
With contributions of: Pedro Cintas, Paolo Veronesi, Cristina Leonelli, György Keglevich, Zoltán Mucsi, Marilena Radoiu, Antonio de la Hoz, Pilar Prieto, Yuji Wada, Dai Mochizuki, Taishi Ano, Masato M. Maitani, Shuntaro Tsubaki, Naoto Haneishi, Satoshi Horikoshi, Nick Serpone, Frédéric Delbecq, Rafael Luque, Christophe Len, Angél Díaz-Ortiz, Abhishek Sharma, Erick van der Eycken, Jacek Wojnarowicz, Tadeusz Chudoba, Andrzej Majcher, Witold Łojkowski, Rodrigo González-Prieto, Santiago Herrero, Reyes Jiménez-Aparicio, Emilio Morán, Jésus Prado-Gonjal, José Luis Priego-Bermejo, Rainer Schmidt, Dariusz Bogdal, Sandrine Perino, Emmanuel Petitcolas, Farid Chemat, Cláudia Passos, Manuel Coimbra, Simona Collina, Serena Della Volpe, Karin Engen, Jonas Sävmarker, Luke Odell, Mats Larhed, Silvia Tabasso, Zhilin Wu, María del Mar Delgado Povedano, María D. Luque de Castro, Cezar Augusto Bizzi, Érico M. M. Flores, Márcia Foster Mesko, Juliano S. Barin, Fabio A. Duarte, Paola de Azevedo Mello, Éder L. de Moraes Flores and Richard Morrison
Microwave Chemistry has changed the way to work in chemical laboratories and is an established state-of-the-art technology to accelarate and enhance chemical processes. This book not only gives an overview of the technology, its historical development and theoretical background, but also presents its exceptionally broad spectrum of applications. Microwave Chemistry enables graduate students and scientist to learn and apply its methods successfully.
  • Microwave Chemistry as key factor in chemical synthesis, catalysis, sustainable, environmental and analytical chemistry.
  • Novel applications: synthesis in nanomaterials and nanoparticles.
  • Highlight: Tips and Tricks for experimantal procedures.

Author Information

Giancarlo Cravotto, University of Turin, Italy

Diego Carnaroglio, Milestone Srl, Italy

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"Insgesamt werden sich also vor allem organisch-synthetisch ausgerichtete Wissenschaftler sehr gut informiert fühlen. Auch generelle Aspekte der Mikrowellenchemie sind sehr ordentlich zusammengefasst, allerdings beziehen sie sich zum größten Teil auf Reaktionen in flüssigen Medien. Das Buch wird schön mit einer Aufzählung gängiger kommerzieller Mikrowellenöfen abgerundet."
C. Birkel in: Chemie Ingenieur Technik 91/1-2 (2019), 171

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Audience: Students and Researchers in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Materials Sciences.

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