Advances in Physical Organic Chemistry
Coordonnateurs : Williams Ian, Williams Nick
Advances in Physical Organic Chemistry, Volume 53 in the series, is the definitive resource for authoritative reviews of work in physical organic chemistry. It aims to provide a valuable source of information that is ideal not only for physical organic chemists applying their expertise to both novel and traditional problems, but also for non-specialists across diverse areas who identify a physical organic component in their approach to research. Its hallmark is a quantitative, molecular level understanding of phenomena across a diverse range of disciplines.
- Reviews the application of quantitative and mathematical methods to help readers understand chemical problems
- Provides the chemical community with authoritative and critical assessments of the many aspects of physical organic chemistry
- Covers organic, organometallic, bioorganic, enzymes and materials topics
- Presents the only regularly published resource for reviews in physical organic chemistry
- Written by authoritative experts who cover a wide range of topics that require a quantitative, molecular-level understanding of phenomena across a diverse range of disciplines
1. Theoretical models for activation and reaction energies in chemical reactions Alejandro Toro-Labbe 2. Chiral induction in asymmetric dual catalysis Raghavan B Sunoj 3. Chapter title to be confirmed Inaki Tunon 4. The transition state Ian Williams
Nick Williams has been Professor of Physical Organic Chemistry at the University of Sheffield since 2011. He has many years experience in experimental studies that are focused on understanding mechanism and reactivity in organic chemistry. He studied for his first degree at the University of Cambridge, where he stayed for his PhD under the supervision of Tony Kirby. After a further short post doctoral period and a position as temporary lector in organic chemistry at Trinity College, Cambridge, he spent two years at McGill Univ
Date de parution : 11-2019
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