Organic Synthesis at High Pressures

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Wiley, Apr 12, 1991 - Science - 456 pages
Presented here is a state-of-the-art examination of organic syntheses at high pressures designed to help synthetic organic chemists decide whether high pressure technology, with its advantages and limitations, might or might not be useful in solving their current problems. Following the introduction, chapters cover the basic principles, mechanisms, apparatus and operation of using high pressure technology. Further explores specific reactions and how they relate to various chemical compounds under high pressure.

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Basic Principles and Mechanisms
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