Organic and Inorganic Fluorine Chemistry: Methods and Applications (de Gruyter Textbook) (Paperback)
Organic and Inorganic Fluorine Chemistry provides an introduction to fluorine chemistry and an overview of the most important fluorinated compounds and general preparation techniques. The book is divided into three parts, covering general aspects, inorganic fluorides and fluoroorganic compounds. The inorganic part presents the most important element fluorides and oxyfluorides, their preparation as well as their most characteristic properties. The organic section focuses on the different types of fluorination and the corresponding reagents. The application of these techniques is discussed for many different types of substrates.
The book addresses advanced students in chemistry as well as researchers in academia and industry. The readers will benefit from a large number of original references which give access to further information. In addition, study questions at the end of each chapter will help to repeat and internalise the most important aspects.