Innovative Inorganic Synthesis
by Duncan H. Gregory
Publisher: MDPI AG 2015
Number of pages: 202
The need and desire for new compounds often demands increasingly sophisticated and imaginative synthesis strategies. Equally, the modern societal pressures of cost, safety and environmental protection require new attitudes to the synthesis of high value chemical products.
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