Advances in Chemistry Research II

Advances in Chemistry Research II

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Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
This compilation of 423 peer- reviewed papers is divided into chapters: Supermolecular Chemistry and Crystal Engineering; Polymer Chemistry; Physical Chemistry of Solid Surface and Catalysis; Electrochemistry; Inorganic Materials; Chiral Catalysis and Organic Synthesis; Food Chemistry; Food Flavor Chemistry and Food Sensory Science; Theoretical and Computational Chemistry; Chemical Biology and Medicinal Chemistry; Analytical Chemistry and Environmental Chemistry. The contents will interest a wide range of researchers in many fields of chemistry.

Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: The first volume of this three-volume set from the July 2012 conference presents recent research on supramolecular chemistry, crystal engineering, polymer chemistry, inorganic materials, the physical chemistry of solid surface catalysis, and electrochemistry. Contributors from the Southwest University of Science and Technology in China study the degradation of corn starch in NaOH/urea, the synthesis of Konjac glucomannan, the thermal stability of glucose polymers, and the effect of alkali on the compressive strength of metakaolin. Volume two explores chiral catalysis, organic synthesis, and food chemistry. The last volume reports developments in food sensory science, computational chemistry, medicinal chemistry, and environmental chemistry with researchers tackling such diverse topics as the effect of refrigeration processes on steamed bread, heavy metal pollution in lake sediment, and the anti-diabetic activities of hovenia dulcis thunb.

Info:

ISBN-13:
978-3-03785-456-3
Editors:
Shuang Chen, Zhao-Tie Liu and Qingzhu Zeng
Pages:
2894
Year:
2012
Edition:
softcover, 3-part-set

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