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Hydrocarbon Thermal Isomerizations
 
 

Hydrocarbon Thermal Isomerizations, 2nd Edition

 
Hydrocarbon Thermal Isomerizations, 2nd Edition,Joseph Gajewski,ISBN9780122733512
 
 
 

  

Academic Press

9780122733512

9780080472980

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The second edition of this book on fundamental chemical processes.

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Key Features

·Energetics of thermal isomerization reactions
·Stereochemistry of thermal isomerization reactions
·Organization to facilitate and integrate global analyses
·Comparison of experimental and theoretical results

Description

Hydrocarbon Thermal Isomerizations summarizes rearrangements which are induced by heating neutral hydrocarbons under non-catalytic conditions in the vapor phase or in non-polar solution. This subject has attracted the interest of mechanistic organic chemists and theorists in the last quarter century because it is one of the few fields workable by state of the art techniques of both camps. This work collects together most of the crucial rate and stereochemical data in a single volume, along with a critical analysis of each of these reactions.

Unlike reviews or other books in this area that focus on reaction types, e.g.. electrocyclic reactions, or Claisen rearrangements, this volume is organized like the Chemical Abstracts Formula Index, but with an important exception: all of the relevant derivatives of each parent compound are discussed with the parent and not in their logical formula index positions. As it is not always obvious what is a parent material and what is a derivative, detailed cross-references are included throughout.

An important aspect of this edition is the inclusion of calculational results that provide insight, often more than was anticipated, into these relatively simple reactions

Readership

Mechanistic and theoretical chemists, synthetic chemists, organometallic chemists, petroleum, and coal chemists.

Joseph Gajewski

Affiliations and Expertise

Department of Chemistry, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405, USA

Hydrocarbon Thermal Isomerizations, 2nd Edition

1. CH4
2. C2H2 - C2H6
3. C3H4 - C3H6
4. C4H4 - C4H8
5. C5H6-C5H10
6. C6H4-C6H10
7. C7H6-C7H12
8. C8H6-C8H14
9. C9H8-C9H14
10. C10H6-C10H16
11. C11H10-C11H16
12. C12H10 -C12H18
13. C13H10-C16H16
 
 
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