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Advances in Microwave-assisted Heterogeneous Catalysis

Catalysis Series

Editor-in-chief:

Justin S. J. Hargreaves, University of Glasgow, UK

Series editors:

Harry Bitter, Wageningen University, The Netherlands

Jose Rodriguez, Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA

Titles in the series:

1: Carbons and Carbon Supported Catalysts in Hydroprocessing

2: Chiral Sulfur Ligands: Asymmetric Catalysis

3: Recent Developments in Asymmetric Organocatalysis

4: Catalysis in the Refining of Fischer–Tropsch Syncrude

5: Organocatalytic Enantioselective Conjugate Addition Reactions: A Powerful Tool for the Stereocontrolled Synthesis of Complex Molecules

6: N-Heterocyclic Carbenes: From Laboratory Curiosities to Efficient Synthetic Tools

7: P-Stereogenic Ligands in Enantioselective Catalysis

8: Chemistry of the Morita–Baylis–Hillman Reaction

9: Proton-Coupled Electron Transfer: A Carrefour of Chemical Reactivity Traditions

10: Asymmetric Domino Reactions

11: C–H and C–X Bond Functionalization: Transition Metal Mediation

12: Metal Organic Frameworks as Heterogeneous Catalysts

13: Environmental Catalysis Over Gold-Based Materials

14: Computational Catalysis

15: Catalysis in Ionic Liquids: From Catalyst Synthesis to Application

16: Economic Synthesis of Heterocycles: Zinc, Iron, Copper, Cobalt, Manganese and Nickel Catalysts

17: Metal Nanoparticles for Catalysis: Advances and Applications

18: Heterogeneous Gold Catalysts and Catalysis

19: Conjugated Linoleic Acids and Conjugated Vegetable Oils

20: Enantioselective Multicatalysed Tandem Reactions

21: New Trends in Cross-Coupling: Theory and Applications

22: Atomically-Precise Methods for Synthesis of Solid Catalysts

23: Nanostructured Carbon Materials for Catalysis

24: Heterocycles from Double-Functionalized Arenes: Transition Metal Catalyzed Coupling Reactions

25: Asymmetric Functionalization of C–H Bonds

26: Enantioselective Nickel-catalysed Transformations

27: N-Heterocyclic Carbenes: From Laboratory Curiosities to Efficient Synthetic Tools, 2nd edition

28: Zeolites in Catalysis: Properties and Applications

29: Biocatalysis: An Industrial Perspective

30: Dienamine Catalysis for Organic Synthesis

31: Metal-free Functionalized Carbons in Catalysis: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications

32: Modern Biocatalysis: Advances Towards Synthetic Biological Systems

33: NOx Trap Catalysts and Technologies: Fundamentals and Industrial Applications

34: Alternative Catalytic Materials: Carbides, Nitrides, Phosphides and Amorphous Boron Alloys

35: Enantioselective Cobalt-catalysed Transformations

36: Noncovalent Interactions in Catalysis

37: Carbon Nanomaterials in Hydrogenation Catalysis

38: Nanoparticle Design and Characterization for Catalytic Applications in Sustainable Chemistry

39: Catalytic Aerobic Oxidations

40: Catalysis with Earth-abundant Elements

41: Vanadium Catalysis

42: Organocatalytic Dynamic Kinetic Resolution

43: Asymmetric Autocatalysis: The Soai Reaction

44: Chemicals and Fuels from Biomass via Fischer–Tropsch Synthesis: A Route to Sustainability

45: Advances in Microwave-assisted Heterogeneous Catalysis

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Advances in Microwave-assisted Heterogeneous Catalysis

Edited by

Jianli Hu

West Virginia University, USA

and

Benjaram M. Reddy

BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus, India

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Catalysis Series No. 45

Print ISBN: 978-1-83916-817-8

PDF ISBN: 978-1-83767-027-7

EPUB ISBN: 978-1-83767-028-4

Print: ISSN: 1757-6725

Electronic ISSN: 1757-6733

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