Handbook of Hydroxybenzophenones
Hydroxybenzophenones are most useful synthetic intermediates in the chemical industry, for example in pharmaceuticals, dyes, fragrances, agrochemicals, explosives and plastics. In this handbook, the diverse methods of obtaining over 1900 hydroxybenzophenones are described, and their physico-chemical properties and spectroscopic data references are indicated. Hence, ketones are classified methodically. They are thus easily accessible from three tables - the molecular formula index, the chemical abstracts registry numbers, and the usual names index. This work should prove to be a valuable tool for laboratory work and research and development departments. This handbook is particularly intended for engineers in chemical synthesis and academic as well as industrial researchers from various branches of chemistry.
- Hardback | 664 pages
- 165.1 x 230 x 38.1mm | 1,179.34g
- 01 Oct 2000
- Kluwer Academic Publishers
- Dordrecht, Netherlands, United States
Table of contents
Preface. Acknowledgements. Introduction. Part 1: Monoaroylphenols. 1. Unsubstituted Hydroxybenzophenones. 2. Substituted Hydroxybenzophenones. 3. Polyphenyl phenyl methanones. 4. Cyclohexyl phenyl methanones. Part 2: Diaroylphenols and Polyaroylphenols. 5. Phenols with one benzoyl group and one or several acetyl groups. 6. Phenols with two or several benzoyl groups. Part 3: Miscellaneous related compounds. References. Molecular Formula Index. Chemical Abstracts Registry Numbers. Usual Names Index. Common Abbreviations.