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Electrochemical Reactions and Mechanisms in Organic Chemistry

  • ID: 1760059
  • Book
  • December 2000
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
Electrochemical reactions make significant contributions to organic synthesis either in the laboratory or on an industrial scale. These methods have the potential for developing more "green" chemical synthesis. Over recent years, modern investigations have clarified the mechanisms of important organic electrochemical reactions. Progress has also been made in controlling the reactivity of intermediates through either radical or ionic pathways. Now is the time to gather all the electrochemical work into a textbook.

As an essential addition to the armory of synthetic organic chemists, electrochemical reactions give results not easily achieved by many other chemical routes. This book presents a logical development of reactions and mechanisms in organic electrochemistry at a level suited to research scientists and final year graduate students. It forms an excellent starting point from which synthetic organic chemists, in both academia and industry, can appreciate uses for electrochemical methods in their own work. The book is also a reference guide to the literature.

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1. Electrochemical Oxidation and Reduction of Organic Compounds. 2. Oxidation of Alkanes, Haloalkanes and Alkenes. 3. Alkenes and Conjugated Alkenes, Reduction. 4. Reductive Bond Cleavage Processes
I. 5. Reductive Bond Cleavage Processes
II. 6. Oxidation of Aromatic Rings. 7. Reduction of Aromatic Rings. 8. Alcohols, Amines and Amides, Oxidation. 9. Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids, Oxidation. 10. Reduction of Carbonlyl Compounds and their Derivatives. 11. Reduction of Nitro, Nitroso, Axo and Azoxy Groups.
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J. Grimshaw School of Chemistry, Queen's University, Belfast BT9 5AG, Northern Ireland.
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