Covers the most advanced computational and experimental methods
for studying carbon-centered radical intermediates
With its focus on the chemistry of carbon-centered radicals and
radical cations, this book helps readers fully exploit the
synthetic utility of these intermediates in order to prepare fine
chemicals and pharmaceutical products. Moreover, it helps readers
better understand their role in complex atmospheric reactions and
biological systems. Thoroughly up to date, the book highlights the
most advanced computational and experimental methods available for
studying and using these critically important intermediates.
Carbon-Centered Free Radicals and Radical Cations begins with a
short history of the field of free radical chemistry, and then
A discussion of the relevant theory
Mechanistic chemistry, with an emphasis on synthetic utility
Molecular structure and mechanism, focusing on computational
Spectroscopic investigations of radical structure and kinetics,
including demonstrations of spin chemistry techniques such as CIDNP
and magnetic field effects
Free radical chemistry in macromolecules
Each chapter, written by one or more leading experts, explains
difficult concepts clearly and concisely, with references to
facilitate further investigation of individual topics. The authors
were selected in order to provide insight into a broad range of
topics, including small molecule synthesis, polymer degradation,
computational chemistry as well as highly detailed experimental
work in the solid, liquid, and gaseous states.
This volume is essential for students or researchers interested
in building their understanding of the role of carbon-centered
radical intermediates in complex systems and how they may be used
to develop a broad range of useful products.
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