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Enzymatic Reactions in Organic Media

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Titel: Enzymatic Reactions in Organic Media

ISBN: 0751402591
EAN: 9780751402599
Auflage 1996.
Book.
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von A. Klibanov, Ari Koskinen
Springer Netherlands

31. Dezember 1995 - gebunden - 332 Seiten

The outlook of organic synthesis has changed many times during its tractable history. The initial focus on the synthesis of substances typical of living matter, exemplified by the first examples of organic chemistry through the synthesis of urea from inorganic substances by Liebig, was accepted as the birth of organic chemistry, and thus also of organic synthesis. Although the early developments in organic synthesis closely followed the pursuit of molecules typical in nature, towards the end of the 19th century, societal pressures placed higher demands on chemical methods appropriate for the emerging age of industrialization. This led to vast amounts of information being generated through the discovery of synthetic reactions, spectroscopic techniques and reaction mechanisms. The basic organic functional group transformations were discovered and improved during the early part of this century. Reaction mechanisms were elucidated at a growing pace, and extremely powerful spectroscopic tools, such as infrared, nuclear magnetic resonance and mass spectrometry were introduced as everyday tools for a practising organic chemist. By the 1950s, many practitioners were ready to agree that almost every molecule could be syn­ thesized. Some difficult stereochemical problems were exceptions; for example Woodward concluded that erythromycin was a "hopelessly complex target". This frustration led to a hectic phase of development of new and increasingly more ingenious protecting group strategies and functional group transformations, and also saw the emergence of asymmetric synthesis.
Introduction. Modes of using enzymes in organic media.
Fundamentals of nonaqueous enzymology. New enzymatic properties in
organic media.
Enzymatic resolutions of alcohols, amines, thiols and
ethers.
Enzymatic modification and synthesis of sugars. Other
hydrolase-catalyzed transformation of synthetic interest. Peptide
synthesis. Enzymatic polymerizations. Oxidoreductases and other
non-hydrolases. Large scale and industrial nonaqueous enzymatic
conversions.
...it offers an excellent theoretical backgroind of, and access to, enzymology in organic solvents,...very useful for beginners; second owing to the detailed and comprehensive overview of applications, it can be used as a reference book. Trends in Food Science and Technology.; a useful reference book - Food Manufacture
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