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Polymeric Materials in Organic Synthesis and Catalysis

Polymeric Materials in Organic Synthesis and Catalysis

Michael R. Buchmeiser (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-60185-1

Jan 2005

582 pages

Select type: O-Book


This is the first book to describe the synthesis and characterization of the materials used in polymer-supported synthesis. The authors cover not only the classical polymers and their use in homogeneous, heterogeneous and micellar catalysis, but also such new developments as "enzyme-labile linkers", illustrating how to simplify the purification process and avoid waste. The result is a wealth of useful information -- for beginners and experts alike - in one handy reference, removing the need for difficult and time-consuming research among the literature.
Structure, Morphology, Physical Formats and Characterization of Polymer Supports
Supported Reagents and Scavengers in Multi-Step Organic Synthesis
Organic Synthesis on Polymeric Supports
Solid-Phase Bound Catalysts: Properties and Applications
Soluble Polymers as Catalyst and Reagent Platforms: Liquid-Phase Methodologies
Polymers for Micellar Catalysis
Dendritic Polymers as High-Loading Supports for Organic Synthesis and Catalysis
Metathesis-Based Polymers for Organic Synthesis and Catalysis
New Strategies in the Synthesis of Grafted Supports
Biocatalyzed Reactions on Polymeric Supports: Enzyme-Labile Linker Groups
Polymer-Supported Olefin Metathesis Catalysts for Organic and Combinatorial Synthesis
Monitoring and Optimizingn Organic Reactions Carried Out on Solid Support
Polymeric Membranes for Integrated Reaction and Separation
"Polymeric Materials in Organic Synthesis and Catalysis bietet einen Überblick über die verschiedenen Klassen polymerer Materialien, die in der organischen Synthese und in der Katalyse verwendet werden. Das Buch zeigt klar die enormen Fortschritte auf, die in diesem Gebiet erzielt wurden. ...
Was es speziell macht, sind die Kompaktheit der Beiträge und die enorme Zahl an aktuellen Literaturverweisen (bis 2003). Es ist vor allem für Wissenschaftler aus dem Forschungsgebiet geeignet, aber auch Neulingen und Studenten der Chemie, Medizin und Biochemie, die sich für Anwendungen funktionalisierter Polymere in der Katalyse, organische Synthese, kombinatorischen Chemie und Biochemie interessieren, zu empfehlen."

Qing-Hua Fan, Laboratory of Molecular Recognition and Selective Synthesis, Center of Molecular Science, Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, Angewandte Chemie, 2. Dezemberheft 2004-116/46 und Angewandte Chemie, International Edition, 2nd December Issue 2004-43/46