Advances in Microwave Chemistry discusses the novel bond formation methodologies, synergistic effects of microwaves with other entities, sample preparation including digestion, combustion, and extraction techniques, as well as selectivity in chemical processes. Recent updates are provided on microwave-assisted syntheses of pharmacologically significant aza-, oxo- and other heterocycles, including lactams, nucleosides, bile acids and sterols, the preparation of nanomaterials, composites, and absorber layer materials for thin film.
This book also incorporates comparative discussions involving microwave irradiation with conventional methods in different aspects of organic, inorganic, medicinal, and green chemistry.
Microwave-accelerated synthesis and functionalization of diverse oxygen containing six membered heterocycles
Microwaveassisted synthesis of pyrimidine and purine nucleosides as antimetabolites
Recent applications of microwave radiation in biocatalysis
Selectivities in the microwave-assisted organic reactions
Microwave-mediated transition metal-catalyzed synthesis of pharmaceutically important Heterocycles
Microwave-assisted sample preparation
Microwave-induce preparation and application of functional rare earth (RE)-based micro/nanomaterials
Microwave-induced reactions on structurally complex bile acids and sterols
Microwave induced synthesis of carbon-phosphorous compounds
Microwave-induced synthesis of absorber layer materials for thin film photovoltaic application