Greener Synthesis of Organic Compounds
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This book provides an interdisciplinary, integrative overview of environmental problem-solving using mild reaction conditions, green reagents, waste free and energy efficient synthesis in both industry and academic world. Discussions include a broad, integrated perspective on sustainability, integrated risk, multi-scale changes and impacts taking place within ecosystems worldwide.
- This book serves as a reference book for scientific investigators who need to do greener synthesis of organic compounds, drugs and natural products under mild reaction condition using green reagents, eco-friendly catalysts and benign reaction mediums over traditional synthetic processes which is a key driving force of scientists.
- Greener synthesis of multiple value-added heterocycles opens up a new horizon towards the organic catalysis and for this purpose, development of natural resources acts as an effective catalyst. Using environmentally friendly reaction medium e.g. ACC, WETSA, WEBSA have been used for the synthesis of some crucial heterocyclic scaffolds such as bisenols and 2-amino-4H-pyrans, tetraketones, pyrans, and biaryls.
- This book can also be used as a textbook for graduate and post graduate level courses for students. Furthermore, the problems with answers in book will add better understanding for students.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Green Chemistry and Green Catalysts
Ahindra Nag and Hemidra Shekhar Maity
Chapter 2 New greener developments in direct amidation of carboxylic acids
Andrea Ojeda-Porras and Diego Gamba-Sánchez
Chapter 3 Greener Methods for Halogenation of Aromatic Compounds
PaolaAcosta-Guzmán and Diego Gamba-Sánchez
Chapter 4 Microwave as a Greener Alternative in the Synthesis of Organic Compounds
Chapter 5 Photochemical reactions as a useful and easy to implement and scale up, new method for the synthesis of chemicals
Chapter 6 Bioctalysis in Green Solvents
Margherita Miele, Laura Ielo, Vittorio Pace, Andrés R. Alcántara
Chapter 7 Palladium-Catalyzed Suzuki–Miyaura Cross-Coupling in Continuous Flow
Remi Nguyen, Virinder S. Parmar, and Christophe Len
Chapter 8 Synthesis of Bioactive Heterocyclic Compounds
Athar Ata and Samina Naz
Chapter 9 The Use of Small Particle Catalysts in Pursuit of Green and Sustainable Chemistry
John A Glaser
Chapter 10 Greener Organic Transformations by Plant –Derived Water Extract Ashes
Bipasa Halder and Ahindra Nag
Chapter 11 The application of starch in the synthesis of N-substitutd pyrroles by a simple and green route
K. Arabpourian and Farahnaz. K. Behbahani
Chapter 12 Greener Synthesis of Potential Drugs
Renata Studzińska, Renata Kołodziejska, Daria Kupczyk
Chapter 13 Selected Green Efforts to Utilization ofCarbohydrates
Michela I. Simone
Chapter 14 Greener Synthesis of Natural Products
Renata Kołodziejska, Renata Studzińska, Hanna Pawluk,Alina Woźniak
Chapter 15 The Prelude of Green Syntheses of Drugs and Natural Products
Leonardo Xochicale-Santana, Vidyasagar. C. C, Blanca M. Muñoz-Flores, and Víctor M. Jiménez Pérez.
Chapter 16 Biosynthesis of Natural Products
Athar Ata, Samina Naz and Kenneth Friesen
Problems and Answers
Professor Ahindra Nag, B.Tech, M.Sc ,Ph.D, FIC, DEM has got teaching experiences of thirty four years in Chemistry Department, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India. He has published one hundred research papers, ten text books and three patents. He has guided fourteen research scholars and was invited as a Visiting Professor in Rome (Italy), Academia Sinica(Taiwan) and Tennessee (USA) institutes. He is the editorial member of different international Journals and is also secretary of International Green Chemistry Society.