1. Fluorous Chemistry: Scope and Definition (I. Horváth, et al.).
2. A Personal View of the History of Fluorous Chemistry (I. Horváth).
3. Fluorous Solvents and Related Media (J. Gladysz & C. Emnet).
4. Strategies for the Recovery of Fluorous Catalysts and Reagents: Design and Evaluation (J. Gladysz & R. Corréa de Costa).
5. Ponytails: Structural and Electronic Considerations (J. Gladysz).
6. Partition Coefficients Involving Fluorous Solvents (J. Gladysz, et al.).
7. Separations with Fluorous Silica Gel and Related Materials (D. Curran).
8. Light Fluorous Chemistry—A User´s Guide (D. Curran).
9. Getting Started in Synthesis: A Tabular Guide to Selected Monofunctional Fluorous Compounds (J. Rábai).
10. Highlights of Applications in Synthesis and Catalysis.
12. Applications of Fluorous Compounds in Materials Chemistry.
13. Fluorous Materials for Biomedical Uses (J. Riess).
14. Fun and Games with Fluorous Chemistry (J. Rábai).
"…essential reading for all individual intending to work in this field or a valuable desk reference for experienced chemists." (E-STREAMS, August 2005)
"..not only...one of the first handbooks focused on the task of demystifying fluorous chemistry, but...written...in a way to encourage the laboratory chemist to be creative and embark on his own investigation." (Electric Review, October/ November 2004)
"... this handbook provides all the answers needed for working with the diverse and fascinating families of fluorous molecules." (Process, 4 October 2004, Vol. 7)