Aromatic Hydroxyketones: Preparation And Physical Properties: Vol.1: Hydroxybenzophenones Vol.2: Hydroxyacetophenones I Vol. by Robert MartinAromatic Hydroxyketones: Preparation And Physical Properties: Vol.1: Hydroxybenzophenones Vol.2: Hydroxyacetophenones I Vol. by Robert Martin

Aromatic Hydroxyketones: Preparation And Physical Properties: Vol.1: Hydroxybenzophenones Vol.2…

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Hydroxyketones: Preparation and Physical Properties (c2500pp in 4 volumes)

SUMMARY

VOLUME 1- Hydroxybenzophenones are useful synthetic intermediates in chemical industry, for example in pharmaceuticals, dyes, fragrances, agrochemicals, explosives and plastics. In this handbook, the diverse ways of obtaining over 1900 hydroxybenzophenones are described, and their physico-chemical properties and spectroscopic data references are indicated. Hence, ketones are classified methodically. They are thus easily accessible from three tables: the molecular formula index, the chemical abstracts registry numbers and the usual names index. This handbook includes 1475 references. This work will prove to be a valuable tool for laboratory work and research and development departments. It is set to become the reference on hydroxybenzophenones.This handbook is particularly intended for academic or industrial organic chemists.

VOLUMES 2 and 3 -Hydroxyacetophenones are the starting material for a wide variety of syntheses in organic chemistry. Hydroxyacetophenones are versatile building blocks serving many different applications, such as pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals and polymers. In this handbook, the diverse methods of obtaining over 3000 hydroxyacetophenones are described and their physico-chemical properties and spectroscopic data references are indicated. The handbook is presented in dictionary style, with a logical classification of the ketones, making the information easily available for consultation. Ketones are classified methodically. They are thus easily accessible from three tables: the molecular formula index, the chemical abstracts registry and the usual names index. This completely revised and enlarged edition includes 3541 references. It is a powerful synthesis tool for researchers or industrial producers. Nowhere else are so many compounds covered or the physical properties and relevant syntheses provided.

VOLUME 4 - Hydroxypropiophenones, Homologous and Methyl ethers are the starting material for a wide variety of syntheses in organic chemistry. They are versatile building blocks serving many different applications: pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals and polymers. In this Handbook the diverse ways of obtaining over 1419 ketones are described and their physico-chemical properties and spectroscopic data references are indicated. Some uses of these ketones are mentioned. The Handbook is presented in dictionary style, with a logical classification of the ketones, making the information easily available for consultation. Ketones are easily accessible from three tables: the molecular formula index, the chemical abstracts registry and the usual names index. This handbook includes 2126 references. This Handbook is the reference on hydroxypropiophenones, hydroxyisobutyrophenones, hydroxypivalophenones and their methyl ethers. It is a powerful synthesis tool for researchers or industrial producers. Provides complete coverage of the physical properties and relevant syntheses. 

Title:Aromatic Hydroxyketones: Preparation And Physical Properties: Vol.1: Hydroxybenzophenones Vol.2…Format:HardcoverDimensions:2912 pagesPublished:January 30, 2011Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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VOLUME 1: Part I Monoaroylphenols 1. Unsubstituted Hydroxybenzophenones (Class of Methanones) 2. Substituted Hydroxybenzophenones (Class of Methanones) 3. Polyphenyl phenyl methanones (Class of Methanones) 4. Cyclohexyl phenyl methanones (Class of Methanones) Part II Diaroylphenols and Polyaroylphenols 5. Phenols with one benzoyl group and one or several acetyl groups (Class of Ethanones) 6. Phenols with two or several benzoyl groups (Class of Methanones) Part III Miscellaneous related compounds (Class of Methanones) 7. Miscellaneous related compounds PART IV Addendum to Volume 1 8. Addendum 2000-2008 VOLUME 2: PART V Monoketones Unsubstituted on the Acetyl Groups 9. Compounds derived from acetic acid PART VI Addendum to Volume 2 10. Addendum 2005-2008 VOLUME 3: PART VII Monoketones Substituted on the Acetyl Groups 11. Compounds derived from halogenoacetic acids 12. Compounds derived from aminoacetic acids 13. Compounds derived from alkoxyacetic acids 14. Compounds derived from aryloxyacetic acids 15. Compounds derived from hydroxyacetic acids 16. Compounds derived from acyloxy- and aroyloxyacetic acids 17. Compounds derived from nitroacetic acids 18. Compounds derived from arylacetic acids 19. Compounds derived from S-substituted mercaptoacetic acids Part VIII Di- and Polyketones 20. Aromatic ketones containing only acetyl groups 21. Aromatic polyketones containing at least one acetyl group and one other acyl group Part IX Addendum to Volume 3 22. Addendum 2005-2008 VOLUME 4: Part X Hydroxypropiophenones, Hydroxyisobutyprophenones, Hydroxypivalophenones and Derivatives 23. Aromatic Ketones containing one propionyl group 24. Aromatic Ketones containing one isobutyryl group 25. Aromatic Ketones containing one pivaloyl group Part XI Di- and Polyketones 26. Aromatic Polyketones containing only propionyl groups 27. Aromatic Polyketones containing at least one propionyl group 28. Aromatic Polyketones containing only isobutyryl groups 29. Aromatic Polyketones containing at least one isobutyryl group 30. Aromatic Polyketones containing only pivaloyl groups 31. Aromatic Polyketones containing at least one pivaloyl group References Molecular Formula Index Chemical Abstracts Registry Numbers Usual Names Index Common Abbreviations