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Chemoinformatics and bioinformatics in the pharmaceutical sciences / edited by Navneet Sharma, Himanshu Ojha, Pawan Kumar Raghav, Ramesh K. Goyal. - London, United Kingdom : Academic Press, Elsevier, [2021]. - xviii, 494 Seiten : Illustrationen, 235 mm
1. Impact of Chemoinformatics Approaches and Tools on Current Chemical Research; 2. Structure- And Ligand-Based Drug Design: Concepts, Approaches and Challenges ; 3. Advances in Structure Based Drug Design; 4. Computational Tools in Cheminformatics; 5. Structure Based Drug Designing Strategy to Inhibit Protein - Protein Interactions Using in Silico Tools; 6. Advance Approaches and In Silico Tools of Chemoinformatics In Drug Designing; 7. Chem-Bioinformatic Approach for Drug Discovery: In Silico
Screening of Potential Antimalarial Compounds ; 8. Mapping Genome by Using Bioinformatics Database and Tools ; 9. Python, A Reliable Programming Language for Chemoinformatics And Bioinformatics; 10. Unveiling the Molecular Basis Of DNA-Protein Structure and Function: In Silico View; 11. Computational Cancer Genomics ; 12. Computational and Functional Annotation at Genomic Scale: Gene Expression and Analysis; 13. Computational Methods (In Silico) And Stem Cells as Alternative to Animals in
Research; 14. An Introduction To BLAST- Applications for Computer-Aided Design and Development; 15. Pseudoternary Phase Diagrams Use In Emulsion Preparation
ISBN 978-0-12-821748-1
BV047229116


CO2 as building block in organic synthesis / edited by Shoubhik Das. - Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, [2020]. - x, 453 Seiten : Illustrationen
Die 2 im Titel ist tiefgestellt
ISBN 978-3-527-34613-4
BV046885778
RVK: VK 5500
RVK: VK 6000
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Computational chemistry : applications and new technologies / edited by Ponnadurai Ramasami. - Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, [2021]. - XIV, 260 Seiten : Illustrationen, 24 cm x 17 cm
ISBN 978-3-11-068200-7
BV047290756
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Fahr, Alfred:
Voigt Pharmazeutische Technologie : für Studium und Beruf / Alfred Fahr ; begründet von Rudolf Voigt. - 13., völlig neu bearbeitete Auflage. - Stuttgart : Deutscher Apotheker Verlag, 2021. - XXIV, 747 Seiten : Illustrationen, 27 cm x 19.3 cm, 2024 g
ISBN 978-3-7692-7306-9
BV047267501
Schlagwort: Pharmazeutische Technologie
RVK: VX 5010
RVK: VX 5010
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Friebel, Jonas:
Synthese von diamantoiden Materialien als potenzielle Wachstumskeime in der Diamantsynthese / vorgelegt von Jonas Friebel. - Ulm, 2020. - IV, 143 Blätter : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 30 cm
Dissertation, Universität Ulm, 2020
BV047315034
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Grossman, Robert B.:
¬The art of writing reasonable organic reaction mechanisms / Robert B. Grossman. - Third edition. - Cham : Springer, [2019]. - xvii, 435 Seiten : Illustrationen, 235 mm
Chapter 1. The Basics.; 1. Structure and Stability of Organic Compounds; o Conventions of Drawing Structures; Grossman's Rule; o Lewis Structures; Resonance Structures; o Molecular Shape; Hybridization; o Aromaticity; 2. Bronsted Acidity and Basicity; o pKa Values; o Tautomerism; 3. Kinetics and Thermodynamics; 4. Getting Started at Drawing a Mechanism; o Reading and balancing organic reaction equations; o Determining which bonds are made and broken in a reaction; 5. Classes of Overall
Transformations; 6. Classes of Mechanisms ; o Polar Mechanisms; § Nucleophiles; § Electrophiles and Leaving Groups; § Acidic and Basic Conditions; The pKa Rule; § A Typical Polar Mechanism; o Free-Radical Mechanisms; o Pericyclic Mechanisms; o Transition-Metal-Catalyzed and -Mediated Mechanisms; 7. Summary; 8. End of Chapter Problems; Chapter 2. Polar Reactions under Basic Conditions.; 1.^. - ^^ - ^^Întroduction to Substitution and Elimination; o Substitution by the SN2 Mechanism; o ß-
Elimination by the E2 and E1cb Mechanisms; o Predicting Substitution vs. Elimination; 2. Addition of Nucleophiles to Electrophilic p Bonds; o Addition to Carbonyl Compounds; o Conjugate Addition; The Michael Reaction; 3. Substitution at C(sp2)–X s Bonds; o Substitution at Carbonyl C; o Substitution at Alkenyl and Aryl C; o Metal Insertion; Halogen–Metal Exchange; 4. Substitution and Elimination at C(sp3)–X s Bonds; o Substitution by the SRN1 Mechanism; o Substitution by the Elimination–Addition
Mechanism; o Substitution by the One-Electron Transfer Mechanism; o Metal Insertion; Halogen–Metal Exchange; o a-Elimination; Generation and Reactions of Carbenes; 5. Base-Promoted Rearrangements; o Migrations from C to C; o Migrations from C to O; o Migrations from C to N; o Migrations from B to C or O; 6.^. - ^^ - ^^^^Two Multistep Reactions; o The Swern Oxidation; o The Mitsunobu Reaction; 7. Summary; 8. End of Chapter Problems; Chapter 3. Polar Reactions under Acidic Conditions.; 1.
Carbocations; o Carbocation Stability; o Carbocation Generation; The Role of Protonation; o Typical Reactions of Carbocations; Rearrangements; 2. Substitution and ß-Elimination Reactions at C(sp3)–X; o Substitution by the SN1 and SN2 Mechanisms; o Elimination by the E1 Mechanism; o Predicting Substitution vs. Elimination; 3. Electrophilic Addition to Nucleophilic C=C p Bonds; 4. Substitution at Nucleophilic C=C p Bonds; o Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution; o Aromatic Substitution of Anilines
via Diazonium Salts; o Electrophilic Aliphatic Substitution; 5. Nucleophilic Addition to and Substitution at Electrophilic p Bonds.; o Heteroatom Nucleophiles; o Carbon Nucleophiles; 6. Catalysis Involving Iminium Ions; 7. Summary; 8.^. - ^^ - ^^Ênd of Chapter Problems; Chapter 4. Pericyclic Reactions.; 1. Introduction; o Classes of Pericyclic Reactions; o Polyene MOs; 2. Electrocyclic Reactions; o Typical Reactions; o Stereospecificity; o Stereoselectivity ; 3. Cycloadditions; o Typical
Reactions; § The Diels–Alder Reaction; § Other Cycloadditions; o Regioselectivity ; o Stereospecificity; o Stereoselectivity ; 4. Sigmatropic Rearrangements; o Typical Reactions; o Stereospecificity ; o Stereoselectivity; 5. Ene Reactions.; 6. Summary; 7. End of Chapter Problems; Chapter 5. Free Radical Reactions.; 1. Free Radicals; o Stability; o Generation from Closed-Shell Species; o Typical Reactions; o Chain vs. Nonchain Mechanisms; 2. Chain Free-Radical Reactions; o Substitution Reactions;
o Addition and Fragmentation Reactions; § Carbon-Heteroatom Bond-Forming Reactions; § Carbon-Carbon Bond-Forming and -Cleaving Reactions; 3.^. - ^^ - ^^^^Nonchain Free-Radical Reactions; o Photochemical Reactions; o Reductions and Oxidations with Metals; § Addition of H2 across p Bonds ; § Reduction of C-X Bonds. Reductive Coupling; § One-Electron Oxidations; o Cycloaromatizations; 4. Miscellaneous Radical Reactions; o 1,2-Anionic Rearrangements; Lone-Pair Inversion; o Triplet Carbenes and
Nitrenes; 5. Summary; 6. End of Chapter Problems; Chapter 6. Transition-Metal-Mediated and -Catalyzed Reactions.; 1. Introduction to the Chemistry of Transition Metals; o Conventions of Drawing Structures; o Counting Electrons; § Typical Ligands; Total Electron Count; § Oxidation State and d Electron Count; o Typical Reactions; o Stoichiometric vs. Catalytic Mechanisms; 2.^. - ^^ - ^^^Âddition Reactions; o Late-Metal-Catalyzed Hydrogenation and Hydrometallation (Pd, Pt, Rh); o Hydroformylation
(Co, Rh); o Hydrozirconation (Zr); o Alkene Polymerization (Ti, Zr, Sc, and others); o Cyclopropanation, Epoxidation, and Aziridination of Alkenes (Cu, Rh, Mn, Ti); o Dihydroxylation and Aminohydroxylation of Alkenes (Os); o Nucleophilic Addition to Alkenes and Alkynes (Hg, Pd); o Conjugate Addition Reactions (Cu); o Reductive Coupling Reactions (Ti, Zr); o Pauson–Khand Reaction (Co); o Dötz Reaction (Cr); o Metal-Catalyzed Cycloaddition and Cyclotrimerization (Co, Ni, Rh); 3.^. - ^^ -
^^^^Substitution Reactions; o Hydrogenolysis (Pd); o Carbonylation of Alkyl Halides (Pd, Rh); o Heck Reaction (Pd); o Metal-Caatalyzed Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions: Kumada, Stille, Suzuki, Negishi, Buchwald–Hartwig, Sonogashira, and Ullmann Reactions (Ni, Pd, Cu); o Allylic Substitution (Pd); o Pd-Catalyzed Nucleophilic Substitution of Alkenes; Wacker Oxidation; o C–H Activation (Pd, Ru, Rh); o Tebbe Reaction (Ti); o Propargyl Substitution in Co–Alkyne Complexes; 4. Rearrangement
Reactions; o Alkene Isomerization (Rh); o Olefin and Alkyne Metathesis (Ru, W, Mo, Ti); 5. Elimination Reactions; o Oxidation of Alcohols (Cr, Ru); o Decarbonylation of Aldehydes (Rh); 6. Summary; 7. End of Chapter Problems; Chapter 7. Mixed Mechanism Problems.
ISBN 978-3-030-28735-1
BV047027581


Krenzer, Andreas:
Diethylamide and tetraethylaluminate chemistry of the rare earth metals / vorgelegt von Dipl. Chem. Andreas Krenzer. - Tübingen, [2018]. - 160 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 21 cm
Dissertation, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, 2018
BV047341174
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Low, It-Meng:
Nanostructured titanium dioxide in photocatalysis / It-Meng Low, Hani Manssor Albetran, Victor Manuel de la Prida Pidal, Fong Kwong Yam. - Singapore : Jenny Stanford Publishing, [2021]. - xi, 319 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 229 mm
Part I: Introduction and Background; 1 Introduction and Literature Review; Part II: Methodologies; 2 Material Synthesis and Methologies; 3 Characterization Techniques; Part III: Materials Characterization; 4 In-situ Isothermal High-Temperature Diffraction Studies on Crystallization, Phase Transformation, and Activation Energies in Anodized Titania Nanotubes; 5 Effect of Calcination on Band Gaps for Electrospun Titania Nanofibers Heated in Air–Argon Mixtures; 6 Characterization and Optimization
of Electrospun TiO2/PVP Nanofibers Using Taguchi Design of Experiment Method; 7 Effect of Pressure on TiO2 Crystallization Kinetics Using In-situ Sealed Capillary High Temperature Synchrotron Radiation Diffraction; 8 Characterization of Chemical Bath–Deposited TiO2 Thin Films; 9 Electrolyte and Temperature Influence on Anodic Nanotubes; Part IV: Materials Properties and Applications; 10 Phase Transformations and Crystallisation Kinetics of Electronspun TiO2 Nanofibers in Air and Argon
Atmospheres; 11 Effect of Vanadium Ion Implantation on the Crystallization Kinetics and Phase Transformation of Electrospun TiO2 Nanofibers ; 12 A Comparative Study of Crystallization Behaviour, Phase Stability, and Binding Energy in Pure and Cr-Doped TiO2 Nanotubes; 13 Effect of Indium Ion Implantation on Crystallization Kinetics and Phase Transformation of Anodized Titania Nanotubes; 14 Ni Nanowires Grown in Anodic TiO2 Nanotube Arrays As Diluted Magnetic Semiconductor Nanocomposites; 15
Applications of Nanostructured TiO2; Part V: Conclusions; 16 Summary and Conclusions
ISBN 978-981-4877-07-7
BV047093224


Panda, Sanjib Kumar ¬[Herausgeber]:
Probiotic beverages / edited by Sandeep K. Panda, Julia Kellershohn, Inge Russell. - London, United Kingdom : Academic Press, Elsevier, [2021]. - xv, 478 Seiten : Illustrationen, 229 mm
1. Introduction and Overview 2. Probiotic Beverages in India: History and Current Developments 3. Probiotic Beverages in Japan (some history and current developments) 4. Probiotic Beverages in China 5. Fermented Foods and Probiotic Beverages in Korea 6. Probiotic beverages in Thailand (health attributes and future trends) 7. Probiotic beverages: health benefits and current trends in the Middle East 8. Current trends and opportunities of plant-based non-alcoholic probiotic beverages: A European
and African perspective 9. The Americas and Probiotic Beverages 10. Probiotics: Emerging Functional Ingredients for Healthy Aging and Age-related Diseases. 11. TRP channels at Gut: Effect of prebiotics, probiotics and postbiotics on Gut-Brain axis 12. Application of Genomics, Transcriptomics and Proteomics in Probiotic Research 13. Starter cultures for probiotic beverages: A comparative study of traditional and modern approaches 14. Kefir, Kombucha and Sour beers 15. Probiotic Lactobacillus
Strains for Enhanced Health Benefits (Genetic Engineering and Microencapsulation) 16. Packaging for probiotic beverages (including thermal) 17. Microbial safety issues related to probiotic beverages and the organisms used in their manufacture 18. Quality Control of Probiotic Beverages and Organisms 19. Legalities, Intellectual Property, Ethical Concerns and Regulatory Aspects in Probiotics 20. Marketing probiotic beverages 21. Thoughts on the future of probiotic beverages
ISBN 978-0-12-818588-9
BV047229123


SpringerMaterials : providing access to numerical and graphical data on the properties of materials from the Landolt-Börnstein New Series, the Linus Pauling Files and other integrated resources. - Heidelberg : Springer, 2009-. - Online-Ressource
Gesehen am 03.03.15. - 29!dbis-Frontdoor id=1001 gelöscht(25-11-11)82!URL-Ä(03-03-15)
BV039717686
RVK: VE 9670
RVK: VN 6020
RVK: UQ 7000
RVK: UQ 8000
RVK: ZM 3000
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Theoretical and Computational Chemistry / edited by Iwona Gulaczyk and Bartosz Tylkowski. - Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, [2021]. - XII, 258 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 24 cm x 17 cm
ISBN 3-11-067815-2 - ISBN 978-3-11-067815-4
BV047135114
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