By Henri Ulrich
Carbodiimides play an enormous function as condensation brokers within the synthesis of polypeptides, polynucleotides, polysaccharides and various different chemical transformations.Chemistry and know-how of Carbodiimides is the 1st e-book to check either the chemistry and know-how of carbodiimides. This booklet presents a complete and in-depth assurance of the synthesis and reactions of this industrially vital classification of chemical substances whereas concentrating on business functions, together with the $M-sectors of biochemical synthesis, prescribed drugs, polymers, ceramics, and herbicides. Written via a well known authority within the box this e-book will end up a beneficial reference device for someone operating during this region of chemistry.
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