This new book discusses and presents current research in the study of radical reactions of synthetic utility in water and non-conventional media. Emphasis is made throughout the book on synthetic methods, not covering other important aspects of radical chemistry in water, such as computational studies aimed at clarifying the powerful effect of water as a selective solvating media for radical chemistry, and reasons for the higher selectivity and reaction yields when water is employed as a solvent. (Imprint: Nova Press)
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