The second one, thoroughly revised and enlarged variation of what has turn into the traditional reference paintings during this attention-grabbing box brings jointly the newest advancements, supplemented via quite a few sensible information, offering these operating in either examine and with an integral resource of data. New contributions were further, to mirror the truth that commercial methods are already confirmed, and ionic beverages are actually commercially available.
A needs to for everybody operating within the field.Content:
Chapter 1 advent (pages 1–6): John S. Wilkes, Prof. Dr. Peter Wasserscheid and Prof. Dr. Thomas Welton
Chapter 2 Synthesis and Purification (pages 7–55): Charles M. Gordon, Mark J. Muldoon, Markus Wagner, Claus Hilgers, James H. Davis and Prof. Dr. Peter Wasserscheid
Chapter three Physicochemical houses (pages 57–174): John D. Holbrey, Robin D. Rogers, Rob A. Mantz, Paul C. Trulove, Violina A. Cocalia, Ann E. Visser, Jessica L. Anderson, Jennifer L. Anthony, Joan F. Brennecke, Edward J. Maginn, Tom Welton and Robert A. Mantz
Chapter four Molecular constitution and Dynamics (pages 175–264): Chris Hardacre, Patricia A. Hunt, Edward J. Maginn, Ruth M. Lynden?Bell, Joachim Richter, Axel Leuchter, Gunter Palmer, Andreas Dolle, Phillip G. Wahlbeck and W. Robert Carper
Chapter five natural Synthesis (pages 265–568): Martyn Earle, Prof. Dr. Peter Wasserscheid, Peter Schulz, Helene Olivier?Bourbigou, Frederic Favre, Michel Vaultier, Andreas Kirschning, Vasundhara Singh, Anders Riisager, Rasmus Fehrmann and Sven Kuhlmann
Chapter 6 Inorganic Synthesis (pages 569–617): Prof. Dr. Thomas Welton, Frank Endres, Sherif Zein El Abedin, Markus Antonietti, Bernd Smarsly and Yong Zhou
Chapter 7 Polymer Synthesis in Ionic beverages (pages 619–640): David M. Haddleton, Prof. Dr. Thomas Welton and Adrian J. Carmichael
Chapter eight Biocatalytic Reactions in Ionic drinks (pages 641–661): Sandra Klembt, Susanne Dreyer, Marrit Eckstein and Udo Kragl
Chapter nine business functions of Ionic drinks (pages 663–687): Matthias Maase
Chapter 10 Outlook (pages 689–704): Prof. Dr. Peter Wasserscheid and Prof. Dr. Thomas Welton
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