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Title Modern electrosynthetic methods in organic chemistry / edited by Frank Marken and Mahito Atobe.
Imprint Boca Raton : CRC Press, 2018.

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Description 1 online resource : color illustrations
Series New Directions in Organic & Biological Chemistry
New directions in organic and biological chemistry.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed October 19, 2018).
Subject Organic compounds -- Synthesis.
Electrochemistry.
Chemistry, Physical and theoretical.
Contents Cover; Half Title; Series Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Editors; Contributors; Chapter 1 Introduction to Practical Methods in Electroorganic Syntheses; 1.1 Introduction to Electrosynthetic Methods; 1.1.1 Approaching Electroorganic Synthesis; 1.1.2 Mass Transport; 1.1.2.1 Mass Transport and Computational Mechanistic Tools; 1.1.3 Solvents and Electrolytes; 1.1.3.1 Organic Solvents; 1.1.3.2 Ionic Liquids; 1.1.3.3 Polymer Solvents; 1.2 Methodology for Direct Transformations; 1.2.1 Anodic Processes; 1.2.2 Cathodic Processes.
1.3 Methodology for Indirect and Catalytic Transformations1.3.1 Anodic Processes; 1.3.2 Cathodic Processes; 1.4 Methodology for Paired Transformations; 1.5 Outlook, Conclusions, and Recommendations; References; Chapter 2 Cogeneration Electrosynthesis; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Electricity and Chemical Cogeneration Processes; 2.2.1 Introduction to Cogeneration; 2.2.2 Chemical Cogeneration in Aqueous Electrolyte Fuel Cells; 2.2.3 Chemical Cogeneration in Aqueous Phosphorous Acid Fuel Cells; 2.2.4 Chemical Cogeneration in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells.
2.2.5 Chemical Cogeneration in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells2.2.6 Chemical Cogeneration in Molten Salt Fuel Cells; 2.3 Conclusion; References; Chapter 3 Photoelectrochemically Driven Electrosynthesis; 3.1 Introduction to Photoelectrochemistry; 3.2 Advantages of Light-Assisted Electrosynthesis in Mediator System; 3.3 Light-Assisted Electrosynthesis by Natural Cobalamin Derivative; 3.4 Light-Assisted Electrosynthesis by Vitamin B[sub(12)] Derivatives; 3.5 Light-Assisted Electrosynthesis by Simple Vitamin B[sub(12)] Model Complex; 3.6 Outer or Inner Photovoltaic Device Systems; 3.7 Concluding Remarks.
5.2 Cathodic Conversions at Boron-Doped Diamond Electrodes5.2.1 Carbon Dioxide Reduction; 5.2.2 Cathodic Reductive Coupling of Methyl Cinnamates; 5.2.3 Reduction of Oximes; 5.3 Anodic Transformations at Boron-Doped Diamond Electrodes; 5.3.1 Alkoxylation Reactions; 5.3.2 Fluorination; 5.3.3 Cyanation; 5.3.4 Cleavage of C, C-Bonds; 5.3.5 Electrochemical Amination Reactions; 5.3.6 Anodic Phenol Coupling Reaction; 5.4 Novel Concepts and Electrode Materials for Electrochemical Reductions; 5.4.1 Improvement of Existing Cathodes; 5.4.2 Novel Cathode Materials; 5.5 Summary; References.
Summary Modern Electrosynthetic Methods in Organic Chemistry introduces readers to new ways of making materials and compounds using low waste processes, employing energy from electricity rather than chemical reagents. It explores electro-organic synthesis, which offers clean synthesis tools as well as unusual reaction intermediates and reaction types. Despite applications previously remaining niche, due to the advent of microfluidic reactors this book is a must-read for industry professionals and academics alike. It targets specific areas of recent progress and development in the field that show high novelty and potential, at the same time inviting a wider range of applications in green and clean technology.
Other Author Atobe, Mahito, 1969- editor.
Marken, Frank, editor.