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Chemical Rubber Company <Cleveland, Ohio>:
CRC handbook of chemistry and physics. - Boca Raton, Fla.[u.a.] : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2007-. - Online-Ressource
Gesehen am 17.10.2017. - 93!URL-Ä(17-10-17)
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Chemie : herausgegeben von Ernst Hollweck. - NTG, Gymnasium Bayern. - Bamberg : C.C. Buchner, [2020]-
EST:Chemie, Schulbuch, C.C. Buchner

9. Chemie für die 9. Jahrgangsstufe an naturwissenschaftlich-technologischen Gymnasien / bearbeitet von Volker Bast [und 11 weiteren]. - 1. Auflage. - [2021]. - 224 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme
Hier auch später erschienene, unveränderte Nachdrucke
ISBN 978-3-661-05042-3 - ISBN 3-661-05042-7
BV047455213
Schlagwort: Wasserstoff, Chemieunterricht, Sekundarstufe 1
RVK: VB 4073
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Engesser, Tobias:
Stereokomplementäre Synthesen von isomerenreinen Enolethern und verwandten Verbindungen mit di- oder trisubstituierten C=C-Doppelbindungen durch decarboxylierende Dehydratisierung von α-Heteroatom-haltigen β-Hydroxycarbonsäuren / vorgelegt von Tobias Engesser aus Freiburg im Breisgau. - Freiburg im Breisgau, 2019. - 486 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 21 cm
Dissertation, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg im Breisgau, 2019
BV047285774
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Frustrated Lewis pairs / J. Chris Slootweg, Andrew R. Jupp, editors. - Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2021]. - viii, 404 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme (teilweise farbig). - (Molecular catalysis ; Volume 2)
ISBN 978-3-030-58887-8 - ISBN 978-3-030-58890-8
BV047130323
RVK: VK 5550
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Functional foods and nutraceuticals : bioactive components, formulations and innovations / Chukwuebuka Egbuna, Genevieve Dable-Tupas, editors. - Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2020]. - xi, 642 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 991 grams
Foreword; Preface; Part I: Introduction to functional foods and nutraceuicals; Chapter 1: Functional foods and health benefits; Chapter 2: Bioavailability of Nutrients and Safety Measurements; Part II: Components of functional foods; Chapter 3: Polyphenols and carotenoids as functional Bioactives; Chapter 4: Bioactive carbohydrates and sources; Chapter 5: Bioactive peptides and sources; Chapter 6: Fats and oils as sources of bioactive molecules; Chapter 7: Micronutrients fortifications: Vitamins
and minerals; Chapter 8: Usefulness of prebiotics, probiotics, and synbiotics in improving health status; Chapter 9: Cereals and grains as functional food in Unani system of medicine; Chapter 10: Soya beans and other plant protein products; Chapter 11: Honey; Chapter 12: Mushrooms; Chapter 13: Beverages: Cocoa and other caffeine products; Chapter 14: Milk and milk products; Chapter 15: Fruits and vegetables; Chapter 16: Fish and fish products; Chapter 17: Medical foods and infant formulas; Part
III: Safety Concerns and way forward; Chapter 18: Nutraceutical stability, adulteration and way forward; Chapter 19: Good manufacturing practices and safety issues in functional food industries; Chapter 20: Food preservation concerns
ISBN 978-3-030-42321-6
BV047583108


Heifetz, Alexander:
Artificial intelligence in drug design / edited by Alexander Heifetz. - New York, NY : HumanaPress, [2022]. - xi, 529 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 254 mm. - (Methods in molecular biology ; 2390) (Springer protocols)
ISBN 978-1-0716-1786-1
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Ionic liquid-based technologies for environmental sustainability / edited by Mohammad Jawaid, Akil Ahmad, A. Vijaya Bhaskar Reddy. - Amsterdam, Netherlands : Elsevier, [2022]. - xvii, 402 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 229 mm
Section A: General introduction on ionic liquids 1. Introduction to ionic liquids and their environment friendly applications 2. Survey and application of ionic liquids as extraction solvents 3. Ionic liquids and supported ILs as novel materials for organic pollutants removal 4. Production of ionic liquids using renewable sources 5. Environmental toxicity and biodegrability of ionic liquids; Section B: Ionic liquids in pollutants extraction 6. Ionic liquids assisted extraction of metals from
electronic waste 7. Ionic liquids for desulfurization 8. Significant applications of polymer ionic liquids in solid phase microextraction 9. Ionic liquids assisted pretreatment of cellulose from waste biomass 10. Task specific ionic liquids for the separation and recovery of rare earth elements 11. Ionic liquids as extraction solvents for dyes removal 12. Ionic liquids for the removal of Pharmaceuticals and personal care products 13. Ionic liquid membranes for the separation of aromatic
pollutants from wastewater; Section C: Ionic liquids for gas separation and energy storage 14. Application of ionic liquids as energy storage materials 15. Ionic liquid membranes for gas separation 16. Task specific ionic liquids for gas permeability 17. Supported ionic liquids for gas separation 18. Ionic liquid supported nanoparticles for gas sensing applications 19. Ionic liquids mediated CO2 conversion; Section D: Ionic liquids for cleaner production 20. Ionic liquids for bioenergy
production 21. Recent applications of Ionic liquids in biocatalysis 22. Functionalized ionic liquids for CO2 capture
ISBN 978-0-12-824545-3
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Ionic liquids in analytical chemistry : new insights and recent developments / edited by Samuel Carda-Broch, María José Ruiz-Ángel. - Amsterdam, Netherlands : Elsevier, 2021. - xxviii, 397 Seiten : Illustrationen, 229 mm
1. Structure and properties of Ionic liquids: Green aspects Avtar Singh, Nirmaljeet Kaur, Anupama Parmar, Harish Kumar Chopra; 2. Achievements and perspectives of using deep eutectic solvents in the analytical chemistry field Francisca A.E. Silva, Mara G. Freire; 3. Ionic liquid-based liquid-phase microextraction techniques C. Azorín, J.L. Benedé, A. Chisvert; 4. Ionic liquids and polymeric ionic liquids as sorbents in micro-solid-phase extraction and solid-phase microextraction Adrián
Gutiérrez-Serpa, Raúl González-Martín, Verónica Pino; 5. Magnetic ionic liquids in analytical sample separation techniques María José Trujillo-Rodríguez, Idaira Pacheco-Fernández, Verónica Pino; 6. Ionic liquids as gas chromatography stationary phases Saba Aslani, Daniel W. Armstrong; 7. Ionic liquids as mobile phase additives and immobilized on stationary phases in liquid chromatography M.J. Ruiz-Ángel, S. Carda-Broch, M.C. García-Álvarez-Coque; 8. Ionic liquids in capillary electrophoresis
Raymond B. Yu, Joselito P. Quirino; 9. Ionic liquids in chiral separations Nirmaljeet Kaur, Avtar Singh, Pawanpreet Kaur, Harish Kumar Chopra; 10. Spectroscopic techniques using ionic liquids Bhawna Singh, Divya Dhingra, Siddharth Pandey; 11. Ionic liquids as electrolytes for electrochemistry Corie Horwood; 12. Use of ionic liquids in electrochemical sensors Ahmed Galal, Nada F. Atta; 13. Future perspectives for ionic liquids Alain Berthod, Daniel W. Armstrong
ISBN 978-0-12-823334-4
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Marine Niche: applications in pharmaceutical sciences : translational research / Neelam M Nathani, Chandrashekar Mootapally, Indra R. Gahdvi, Bharat Maitreya, Chaitanya G. Joshi, editors. - Singapore, Singapore : Springer, [2020]. - xii, 458 Seiten : Illustrationen, 718 grams
This book offers a comprehensive study of biological molecules acquired from marine organisms, which have been exploited for drug discovery with the aim to treat human diseases. Biomolecules have potential impacts on a diverse range of fields, including medical and pharmaceutical science, industrial science, biotechnology, basic research, molecular science, environmental science and climate change, etc. To understand and effectively apply medicinally important biomolecules, multidisciplinary
approaches are called for.The ocean remains a rich biological resource, and the vast untapped potential of novel molecules from marine bio-resources has caught the interest of more and more researchers. These novel biological compounds have never been found in terrestrial or other ecosystems, but only in this rich niche. Advances in sampling techniques and technologies, along with increased funding for research and nature conservation, have now encouraged scientists to look deeper in the waters.
Aquaculture supports both tremendous seafood production and the bulk production of marine-derived drugs. Furthermore, molecular methods are now being extensively employed to explore the untapped marine microbial diversity. With the help of molecular and biotech tools, the ability of marine organisms to produce new biosynthetic drugs can be greatly enhanced. This book provides an extensive compilation of the latest information on marine resources and their undisputedly vital role in the treatment
of diverse ailments. - Chapter 1. Emerging Trends of biotechnology in marine bioprospecting: A New Vision.- Chapter 2. MarinOmics- Current and Future Perspectives.- Chapter 3. Marine Nutraceuticals.- Chapter 4. Small at size, big at impact: marine microbes, a boon for biotherapeutics.- Chapter 5. Marine Microbial Pharmacognosy: Prospects and Perspectives.- Chapter 6. Molecular Diversity and Pharmaceutical Applications of Free Living and Rhizospheric Marine Actinobacteria.- Chapter 7.
Biodiversity of Marine Actinobacteria in Indonesia and Their Potential to Produce Bioactive Compounds.- Chapter 8. Marine-Derived Fungi: Potential Candidates for Anticancer Compounds.- Chapter 9. Marine Flora: Source of Drugs from the Deep-Sea Environment.- Chapter 10. Edible seaweeds as potential source of nutraceuticals.- Chapter 11. Seaweed and Sea Anemones proteins as a source of new pharmaceutical active principles.- Chapter 12. Marine-microalgae as a potential reservoir of high value
nutraceuticals.- Chapter 13. Synthetic biology tools for microalgae.- Chapter 14. Malacology and Pharmacology: An integrated Approach with special emphasis on marine realm.- Chapter 15. Alkaloids from Marine ascidians (Tunicates) and potential for cancer drug development.- Chapter 16. Fish Protein Hydrolysates in Indonesia: Their Nutritional Values, Health Benefits and Potential Applications.- Chapter 17. Caulerpa: Ecology, Nutraceutical and Pharmaceutical Potential.- Chapter 18. Medicinal
Prospects of Marine Flora and Fauna for Drug Discovery.- Chapter 19. Tapping the potential of marine resources in the arena of cosmetics.- Chapter 20. Marine Pharmacognosy: An overview of Marine-derived Pharmaceuticals.- Chapter 21. Compatible Solute Ectoines: Fancy Marine Product for Pharmaceuticals and Cosmeceuticals.- Chapter 22. In silico identification of drug targets and drug-like molecules against Vibrio splendidus LGP32.
ISBN 978-981-15-5019-5
BV047616158


Microbial biofertilizers and micronutrient availability : the role of zinc in agriculture and human health / Shams Tabrez Kahn, Abdul Mali, editors. - Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2022]. - xix, 461 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 235 mm
Chapter 1.- The enormity of Zinc deficiency: an overview. Chapter 2.- Zinc malnourishment in children and its impact on child health. Chapter 3.- Zinc deficiency and its consequences during pregnancy. Chapter 4.- Malnutrition: Impact of Zinc on child development. Chapter 5.- Role of Zinc in liver pathology. Chapter 6.- Role of micronutrients in abiotic stress tolerance in plants. Chapter 7.- Zinc as a versatile element in plants: an overview on uptake, translocation, assimilatory roles,
deficiency and toxicity symptoms. Chapter 8.- Transition metal homeostasis and its role in plant growth. Chapter 9.- Role of Zinc homeostasis in plant growth. Chapter 10.- The multiple effects of microorganisms on plant nutrition. Chapter 11.- Role of minerals in plant growth and soil microbial consortia mediated mineral uptake by plants. Chapter 12.- Microbial bio-fertilizers an approach to deal with zinc deficiency. Chapter 13.- Zinc solubilization by bacteria for increased Zinc uptake by
plant. Chapter 14.- Development of microbes based biofertilizer for zinc dissolution in soil. Chapter 15.- Soil microbes interaction: mineral solubilization and plant nutrition. Chapter 16.- Microbes Mediated facilitation of micronutrients uptake by plants from soil especially Zinc. Chapter 17.- Role of Rhizobacterial Bacilli in Zinc solubilization. Chapter 18.- Microbial bio-fertilizers an approach to deal with zinc deficiency. Chapter 19.- Comparing various diets as source of zinc with special
reference to fruits and vegetables. Chapter 20.- Managing Zinc deficiency among children
ISBN 978-3-030-76608-5
BV047399962


Nanoparticles in catalysis / Shū Kobayashi, editor ; with contributions by N. Akporji [und 19 weiteren]. - Cham : Springer, [2020]. - vii, 314 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme (überwiegend farbig). - (Topics in organometallic chemistry ; 66)
ISBN 978-3-030-56629-6 - ISBN 978-3-030-56632-6
BV047111500
RVK: VH 9700


Pelzer, Tristan:
Catalytic synthesis and characterization of oxazolidin-2-one based polymers from epoxides and isocyanates / submitted by Tristan Pelzer. - Hamburg, [2021]. - 103 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 21 cm
Dissertation, University of Hamburg, 2021
BV047668801
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Silbey, Robert J.:
Physical chemistry / Robert J. Silbey (Class of 1942, Professor of Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Robert A. Alberty (Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), George A. Papadantonakis (Clinical Associate Professor of Chemistry, University of Illinois Chicago), Moungi G. Bawendi (Professor of Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology). - Fifth edition. - Hoboken : Wiley, [2021]. - 1 Band (verschiedene Seitenzählungen)
Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN 978-0-470-56660-2
BV047442891
Schlagwort: Physikalische Chemie


Solar thermochemistry / edited by Wojciech Lipiński. - Cambridge, MA, United States : Academic Press, Elsevier, 2021. - xiv, 354 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 229 mm. - (Advances in chemical engineering ; Volume 48)
1. Introduction Wojciech Lipinski 2. Concentrating solar collectors for high-temperature solar thermochemical processing Lifeng Li 3. Fundamentals of solar thermochemical gas splitting materials Christopher Muhich 4. Chemical kinetics of high-temperature solar thermochemical reactions Joerg Petrasch 5. Multi-scale transport modelling of solar reactive flows Vincent M. Wheeler 6. Methanol from sunlight and air Aldo Steinfeld 7. Solar thermal reforming Christos Agrafiotis 8. Solar biomass
pyrolysis Gilles Flamant 9. Application of solar thermal energy to metallurgical processes G. Brooks 10. Thermochemical heat storage at high temperature Juan M. Coronado 11. Carbon dioxide capture for synthetic hydrocarbon production Xiaolin Wang
ISBN 978-0-12-820647-8
BV047556416


Unkel, Lisa-Natascha:
Aerobe photokatalytische Dehydrogenierung von Aminen zu Iminen und deren synthetische Anwendung zum Aufbau von Heterocyclen / vorgelegt von Lisa-Natascha Unkel. - Hamburg, 2020. - VI, 216 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 21 cm
Literaturverzeichnis: Seite 193-205. - Text Deutsch, Zusammenfassung in deutscher und englischer Sprache. - Dissertation, Universität Hamburg, 2020
BV047668782
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Weber, Birgit:
Koordinationschemie : Grundlagen und aktuelle Trends / Birgit Weber. - 2. Auflage. - Berlin, Germany : Springer Spektrum, [2021]. - XVII, 292 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 24 cm x 16.8 cm. - (Lehrbuch)
ISBN 978-3-662-63818-7 - ISBN 3-662-63818-5
BV047561754
Schlagwort: Koordinationslehre, Lehrbuch
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Weirauch, Katja:
Experimentieren im inklusiven Chemieunterricht : Anleitungen und differenzierte Materialien zum Erkunden von Alltagsphänomenen / Katja Weirauch, Claudia Schenk, Christoph Ratz. - 1. Auflage. - Hamburg : Persen, 2021. - 104 Seiten : Illustrationen, 30 cm, 323 g. - (Bergedorfer Unterrichtsideen)
5.-10. Klasse
ISBN 978-3-403-20685-9 - ISBN 3-403-20685-8
BV047683192
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