Carbon Dioxide as Chemical Feedstock
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Carbon Dioxide as Chemical FeedstockCarbon dioxide is not only a gas found in our atmosphere, it can also be used as an important "C-1 building block" in synthetic chemistry or as a medium for organic reaction.
Filling the need for an up-to-date handbook, this ready reference closely investigates the use of CO2 for urea, enzymes, carbamates, and isocyanates, as well as its use as a solvent, in electrochemistry, biomass utilization and much more besides.
From the contents:
Pathways for CO2 Conversion in Nature
Carbon Dioxide Co-Ordination Chemistry and Reactivity of Co-Ordinated CO2
Main Group Elements- and Transition Metal-Promoted Carboxylation of Organic Substrates
Synthesis of N-CO2 Bonds
Synthesis of Molecular Carbonates
Polycarbonates, Polythiocarbonates, and Polyurethanes
Non-Thermal Plasma Approaches for CO2 Utilization
Photochemical, Electrochemical and Photoelectrochemical Reduction of CO2
Indirect Utilization of CO2
Fixation of CO2 into Inorganic Carbonates
Edited by an internationally renowned and experienced researcher, this is a comprehensive source for every synthetic chemist in academia and industry.
- Verlag: Wiley-Vch
- 1. Auflage
- Ausstattung/Bilder: 2010. XIV, 394 p.
- Best.Nr. des Verlages: 1132475 000, 1132475000
- Abmessung: 250mm x 179mm x 25mm
- Gewicht: 905g
- ISBN-13: 9783527324750
- ISBN-10: 3527324755
- Best.Nr.: 26988646
InhaltsangabeThe carbon dioxide problem and the contribution of the utilisation option to the reduction of the CO2-accumulation in the atmosphere
Utilization of dense carbon dioxide as inert solvent for chemical synthesis
Autotrophic carbon fixation in biology. Pathways, rules, and speculations
Carbon dioxide co-ordination chemistry and reactivity of co-ordinated CO2
Main Group elements- and transition metal-promoted carboxylation of organic substrates (alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, aromatics and others)
The chemistry of N-CO2 bonds. Synthesis of carbamic acids and their derivatives, isocyanates and ureas
Synthesis of linear and cyclic carbonates
Polymers from carbon Dioxide. Polycarbonates, Polythiocarbonates, and Polyurethanes
In-situ Study on Carbon Deposition during CO2 Reforming of Methane for Synthesis Gas Production Using Tapered Element Oscillation Microbalance
Utilization of Carbon Dioxide through Non-thermal Plasma Approaches
Photochemical, Electrochemical, and Photoelectrochemical Reduction of CO2
Recent scientific and technological developments in the electrochemical carboxylation based on carbon dioxide
Indirect utilization of CO2
Fixation of CO2 into inorganic carbonates