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Electrochemistry I (Topics in Current Chemistry)

Electrochemistry I (Topics in Current Chemistry)
Electrochemistry I by E. Steckhan
English | 1987 | ISBN: 0387178716 | 196 Pages | PDF | 21.3 MB
Volume I of the electrochemistry series in Topics in Current Chemistry is dedicated to indirect electrochemical processes using electrogenerated reagents, homogeneous and heterogeneous redoxcatalysts, and light induced electron transfer reactions for the selective synthesis of organic compounds.

Volume I of the electrochemistry series in Topics in Current Chemistry is dedicated to indirect electrochemical processes using electrogenerated reagents, homogeneous and heterogeneous redoxcatalysts, and light induced electron transfer reactions for the selective synthesis of organic compounds. Selectivity is the main focus of all five contributions to this volume. In the first chapter, selectivity is obtained by using electrochemically regenerable homogeneous redoxreagents. However electrochemical regenera tion not only allows for selectivity but also for energy savings and prevention of environmental hazards. The second chapter deals with the selectivity of chemical transformations at illuminated semiconductor electrodes and particles. In this way light may be stored in the form of valuable organic compounds, an important aspect in the search for energy saving processes. In the third chapter the insitu generation and regeneration of the heterogeneous redoxcatalyst NiOOH at the electrode surface is presented in its application for selective transformations. Usually the chemistry of acids and bases would not be expected to be part of electrochemistry. However, electrochemistry provides a means of generating acids and bases not only by a very simple procedure but, moreover, it allows to purposely adjust the reactivity and selectivity of the reagents to the needs of the desired chemical reaction.
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Electrochemistry I (Topics in Current Chemistry)
Electrochemistry I by E. Steckhan
English | 1987 | ISBN: 0387178716 | 196 Pages | PDF | 21.3 MB
Volume I of the electrochemistry series in Topics in Current Chemistry is dedicated to indirect electrochemical processes using electrogenerated reagents, homogeneous and heterogeneous redoxcatalysts, and light induced electron transfer reactions for the selective synthesis of organic compounds.

Volume I of the electrochemistry series in Topics in Current Chemistry is dedicated to indirect electrochemical processes using electrogenerated reagents, homogeneous and heterogeneous redoxcatalysts, and light induced electron transfer reactions for the selective synthesis of organic compounds. Selectivity is the main focus of all five contributions to this volume. In the first chapter, selectivity is obtained by using electrochemically regenerable homogeneous redoxreagents. However electrochemical regenera tion not only allows for selectivity but also for energy savings and prevention of environmental hazards. The second chapter deals with the selectivity of chemical transformations at illuminated semiconductor electrodes and particles. In this way light may be stored in the form of valuable organic compounds, an important aspect in the search for energy saving processes. In the third chapter the insitu generation and regeneration of the heterogeneous redoxcatalyst NiOOH at the electrode surface is presented in its application for selective transformations. Usually the chemistry of acids and bases would not be expected to be part of electrochemistry. However, electrochemistry provides a means of generating acids and bases not only by a very simple procedure but, moreover, it allows to purposely adjust the reactivity and selectivity of the reagents to the needs of the desired chemical reaction.
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