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Catalysis Of Organic Reactions by Supported Inorganic Reagents

  •  ISBN-10 0471185604

  •  ISBN-13 978-047118560-4



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publication info   J. Clark, John Wiley & Sons, 1994, 126 pp., hard cover
mfr. no.   Wiley


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The book will provide an up-to-date guide and review on a new form of heterogeneous catalysis which will prove to be increasingly important to the chemical industry in the light of new and future environmental legislation. The book will highlight chemical processes where present technology is likely to prove increasingly unacceptable due to associated problems of hazardous waste and/or low process efficiency. It′s purpose is to reveal these problems and possible solutions and to introduce the readers to this new form of catalysis. It will prove to be especially important to fine/speciality/intermediate chemicals manufacturing companies who have little experience of heterogenous catalysis and to researchers interested in chemical aspects of ′Clean Technology′. The book will help to disclose the opportunities for researchers and companies in developing new ′environmentally friendly′ chemical processes

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Supported Reagents.
Characterization of Supported Reagents.
Reactions Catalyzed by Solid Acids.
Reactions Catalyzed by Solid Bases.
Oxidations Catalyzed by Supported Reagents.
Other Reactions Catalyzed by Supported Reagents.

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