Aromatic Hydroxyketones: Preparation and Physical Properties By Martin, Robert

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Aromatic Hydroxyketones: Preparation and Physical Properties

Vol.1: Hydroxybenzophenones
Vol.2: Hydroxyacetophenones I
Vol.3: Hydroxyacetophenones II
Vol.4: Hydroxypropiophenones, Hydroxyisobutyrophenones, Hydroxypivalophenones and Derivatives

 

Martin, Robert

3rd ed. 2011, 2800 p. In 4 volumes, not available separately.

 

  • The first resource offering this quantity and depth of information on physical properties and syntheses on a wide range of hydroxyketones
  • A powerful tool for the synthesis of intermediates of specialty polymers, pharmaceuticals and fine chemicals
  • Covers 6000 hydroxyketones and includes approximately 6000 references

Aromatic Hyroxyketones: Preparation and Physical Properties is a revised, new edition 4-volume handbook set which provides detailed information on physical properties and syntheses on a wide range of hydroxyketones. Each entry includes characterization data such as the Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number (CAS RN), molecule name, molecular formula, and molecular weight. The handbooks are presented in dictionary style, with a logical classification of the ketones, making the information easily available for consultation. This handbook set provides 6000 hydroxyketone entries and includes approximately 6000 references.

Volume 1: Hydroxybenzophenones

Hydroxybenzophenones are most useful synthetic intermediates in the chemical industry, for example in pharmaceuticals, dyes, fragrances, agrochemicals, explosives and plastics. The first volume of this set is particularly intended for engineers in chemical synthesis and academics as well as industrial researchers from various branches of chemistry.

Volume 2 and 3: Hydroxyacetophenones

Hydroxyacetophenones constitute the starting material for a wide variety of syntheses in organic chemistry. They are versatile building blocks serving many different applications, such as especially polymers, pharmaceuticals and fine chemicals. These two volumes constitute a useful tool for chemists and pharmacists in general.

Volume 4: Hydroxypropiophenones, Hydroxyisobutyrophenones, Hydroxypivalophenones and Derivatives

Hydroxypropiophenones, Hydroxyisobutyrophenones, Hydroxypivalophenones and Derivatives constitute 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. This volume is a great book of reference on hydroxypropiophenones, hydroxyisobutyrophenones, hydroxypivalophenones and their methyl ethers which also mentions some uses of these ketones. It is a powerful synthesis tool for researchers or industrial producers and provides a wide choice of hydroxyketones.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Aromatic Hydroxyketones - Hydroxyacteophenones - Hydroxybenzophenones - Hydroxyketones - Hydroxypropiophenones ethers - Methyl ethers - hydroxyisobutyrophenones - hydroxypivalophenones

 

 

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

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