Handbook of Organic Compounds

  title={Handbook of Organic Compounds},
  • Published 1956
  • Nature
Organic SolventsPhysical Properties and Methods of Purification. On the basis of the First Edition by Arnold Weissberger and Eric S. Proskauer. Completely revised Second Edition by John A. Riddick and Emory E. Toops Jr. (Technique of Organic Chemistry—Vol. 7. Edited by Arnold Weissberger.) Pp. vii + 552. (New York: Interscience Publishers, Inc.; London: Interscience Books, Ltd., 1955.) 8.50 dollars. 
Synthesis of high-performance triphenylamine-based polyfluorenes via C–N coupling reaction: thermal and photoelectric properties
Aromatic high-performance triphenylamine-based polyfluorenes (PTPAFs) have been successfully constructed by palladium-catalyzed polycondensation reaction. The chemical structures of the resulting
Application of Near Infrared Spectroscopy for Analysis of Soils, Litter and Plant Materials
Environmental studies often require analyses of numerous chemical, physical and biological properties in large numbers of soil, litter and plant samples. Such analyses may be expensive and time
Pressure-Enriched Chemistry of Pt: Prediction and Synthesis of Dense Sodium Platinides
Transition-metal anions, such as platinum (Pt) anions, are rare, and their unusual valence states may induce unique crystal topologies and novel properties. Although Pt anions have been reported, a
The Fe-N-C oxidase-like nanozyme used for catalytic oxidation of NOM in surface water.
The enhanced NOM removal performance of FeNZ catalytic oxidation was confirmed with samples of natural surface water in terms of organic mineralization and conversion of hydrophobic to hydrophilic components, and shows great potential for the use of oxidase-like nano catalytic materials in the field of water treatment.
Synthesis, Characterization, and Antimicrobial Activity of Near‐IR Photoactive Functionalized Gold Multibranched Nanoparticles
The effect of the surface‐modified AuMs on the light‐induced antibacterial activities was founded to be dependent on the grafted organic functional groups.
Rapid Characterization of Fatty Acids in Oleaginous Microalgae by Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
  • B. Liu, Jin Liu, +4 authors F. Chen
  • Chemistry, Medicine
    International journal of molecular sciences
  • 2015
The NIRS method established here bypasses the procedures of cell disruption, oil extraction and transesterification, is rapid, reliable, and of great potential for high-throughput applications, and will facilitate the screening of microalgal mutants and optimization of their growth conditions for biodiesel production.
Essentials of Aquaphotomics and Its Chemometrics Approaches
The explained methodology is derived from analysis of near infrared spectral data of aqueous systems and will offer a useful and new tool for extracting data from informationally rich water spectra in any region.
Detection of Frozen-Thawed Cycles for Frozen Tilapia (Oreochromis) Fillets Using Near Infrared Spectroscopy
ABSTRACT Due to the ambient temperature fluctuation during the process of storage, transportation, and sale, frozen fillets may go through frozen-thawed cycles that result in quality changes. In
A Novel Micro Mirror Spectrometer and Test Experiment
In order to realize more compact and in particular cost-effective spectrometers MOEMS technology offers attractive possibilities. Based Littrow spectrometer structure for the near-IR, a micro mirror
A calibration transfer optimized single kernel near-infrared spectroscopic method.
The proposed calibration transfer-optimized single kernel near-infrared spectroscopic method aims to accurately detect the chemical composition of single seeds by using the calibration model of the corresponding dehusked seeds or seed flour and indicates that the spectra generated from one individual rice seed can be transferred freely among the three forms by means of calibration transfer.