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Green techniques for organic synthesis and medicinal chemistry

Green techniques for organic synthesis and medicinal chemistry DOI 10.1515/gps-2012-0057 Green Process Synth 2012; 1: 493­494 Book review Wei Zhang and Berkeley W. Cue (Eds.) J. Wiley & Sons, 2012 Hardcover, 768 pp. Price: 175.00 ISBN: 978-0-470-71151-4 organocatalysis, and also the use of enzymatic reactions. Green asymmetric organocatalysis is related using supports, including polymers, solid acids, ionic liquids, magnetic nanoparticles and silica type materials. The use of fluorous solvents in catalytic transformations, by immobilizing catalysts in the fluorous phase, is described in several applications including: hydrogenation, Stille and Suziki coupling, Heck reaction and others. Also, the impact of solid-phase organic synthesis (SOPS) on green chemistry and applications in preparing several classes of chemical compounds, in both the small bench chemist and industrial scale, are shown. Chapter 8 relates biocatalysis, which focuses on the application of enzymatic synthesis in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, with emphasis on synthetic and semi-synthetic chiral molecules. Part III describes synthetic techniques which have recently been used in green chemistry, and focuses on applications in the pharmaceutical industry. Examples cover early development in a small scale to scale-up for the manufacture of APIs. Advantages and disadvantages are related for each technique, and an extensive and detailed overview of recent literature is provided. In http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Green Processing and Synthesis de Gruyter

Green techniques for organic synthesis and medicinal chemistry

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DOI 10.1515/gps-2012-0057 Green Process Synth 2012; 1: 493­494 Book review Wei Zhang and Berkeley W. Cue (Eds.) J. Wiley & Sons, 2012 Hardcover, 768 pp. Price: 175.00 ISBN: 978-0-470-71151-4 organocatalysis, and also the use of enzymatic reactions. Green asymmetric organocatalysis is related using supports, including polymers, solid acids, ionic liquids, magnetic nanoparticles and silica type materials. The use of fluorous solvents in catalytic transformations, by immobilizing catalysts in the fluorous phase, is described in several applications including: hydrogenation, Stille and Suziki coupling, Heck reaction and others. Also, the impact of solid-phase organic synthesis (SOPS) on green chemistry and applications in preparing several classes of chemical compounds, in both the small bench chemist and industrial scale, are shown. Chapter 8 relates biocatalysis, which focuses on the application of enzymatic synthesis in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, with emphasis on synthetic and semi-synthetic chiral molecules. Part III describes synthetic techniques which have recently been used in green chemistry, and focuses on applications in the pharmaceutical industry. Examples cover early development in a small scale to scale-up for the manufacture of APIs. Advantages and disadvantages are related for each technique, and an extensive and detailed overview of recent literature is provided. In

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Green Processing and Synthesisde Gruyter

Published: Oct 1, 2012

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