Archive For The “Inorganic Chemistry” Category
By Philip S. Bailey
Composed of 12 chapters, this publication first offers with the improvement of the on hand idea of all ozone reactions, equivalent to the Harries and Staudinger theories, quite the Criegee mechanism of ozonolysis. this article then describes the step by step mechanism of the classical ozonolysis response of olefins and the way it advanced. massive chapters are dedicated to the reactions that compete with ozonolysis, equivalent to epoxidation and different partial cleavage reactions. either liquid- and gas-phase ozone reactions are explored in different chapters.
This quantity will entice those people who are drawn to exploring the frontiers of ozone-organic chemistry.
By Michael D. Hampton,Dmitry V. Schur,Svetlana Yu. Zaginaichenko,V.I. Trefilov