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The third edition of the bestselling two-volume reference covers everything you need to know about microwave technology for synthesis -- from the best equipment to nonthermal effects, from solid-support reactions to catalysis. Completely revised and updated with half of the authors completely new to the project, this comprehensive work is clearly divided into four parts on the fundamentals, methodology, combination of enabling technologies, and applications. Also new to this edition are chapters on on-line monitoring, flow chemistry, combination with ultrasounds and natural products, including multicomponent reactions. An indispensable source for organic, catalytic, physical, and medicinal chemists.
Professor Andr? Loupy was Directeur de la Recherche 1? Classe at the Institut de Chimie Mol?culaire et des Mat?riaux d'Orsay and is now retired. He is author of more than hundred publications and has edited three books. In 1998, he received the M. J. Collins Award for Excellence in Microwave Chemistry.
Antonio de la Hoz is Professor in Organic Chemistry in the University of Castilla-La Mancha since 2000. He obtained his Ph. D. degree from the Universidad Complutense in Madrid in 1986 under the supervision of Prof. J. Elguero and C. Pardo. After postdoctoral research in 1987 with Prof. M. Begtrup at the Danmarks Tekniske H?skole he joined the Faculty of Chemistry of the Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha in Ciudad Real in 1988. In 1993 he worked under the supervision Prof. A. Loupy in the Universit? de Paris-Sud in Microwave Assisted Organic Chemistry. Prof. de la Hoz has authored over 160 scientific publications 100 of them related to Microwaves in Organic Synthesis.
Table of Contents
Microwave Materials Interaction and Dielectric Properties: From Molecules and Macromolecules to Solids and Colloidal Suspensions Development and Design of Reactors in Microwave-Assisted Chemistry Key Ingredients for Mastery of Chemical Microwave Processes Nonthermal Effects of Microwave in Organic Synthesis Selectivity Modifications under Microwave Irradiation Elucidation of Microwave Effects: Methods, Theories and Predictive Models Microwave Susceptors Tools for Monitoring Reactions Performed Using Microwave Heating Microwave Frequency Effects in Organic Synthesis Organic Synthesis Using Microwaves and Supported Reagents Gaseous Reactants in Microwave-Assisted Synthesis Microwaves and Electrochemistry The Combined Use of Microwaves and Ultrasound. Methods and Practice Microwaves in Photochemistry and Photocatalysis Microwaves in Heterocyclic Chemistry Microwave-Assisted Cycloaddition Reactions Microwave-Assisted Heterogeneously Catalysed Processes Microwaves in the Synthesis of Natural Products Microwave Enhanced Synthesis of Peptides, Proteins, and Peptidomimetics A Journey into the Recent Microwave-Assisted Carbohydrate Polymer Chemistry under Microwave Irradiation Application of Microwave Irradiation in Carbon Nanostructures Microwave-Assisted Multicomponent Reactions in the Synthesis of Heterocycles Microwave-Assisted Continuous-Flow Organic Synthesis (MACOS)