Chiral Analysis

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Kenneth W. Busch, Marianna A. Busch
Elsevier, 13.10.2011 - 720 Seiten
Chiral Analysis covers an important area of analytical chemistry of relevance to a wide variety of scientific professionals. The target audience is scientific professionals with an undergraduate background in chemistry or a related discipline, specifically organic chemists, researchers in drug discovery, pharmaceutical researchers involved with process analysis or combinatorial libraries, and graduate students in chemistry. Chapters have been written with the nonspecialist in mind so as to be self-contained.

* Broad coverage - spectroscopic and separation methods covered in a single volume
* Up-to-date and detailed review of the various techniques available and/or under development in this field
* Contributions from leading experts in the field
 

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PART II
95
PART III
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Seite 4 - ... rigorously the same, with the sole difference of showing asymmetry in opposite senses. Are the atoms of the right acid grouped on the spirals of a dextrogyrate helix, or placed at the summits of an irregular tetrahedron, or disposed according to some particular asymmetric grouping or other ? We cannot answer these questions. But it cannot be a subject of doubt that there exists an arrangement of the atoms in an asymmetric order, having a non-superposable image. It is not less certain that the...
Seite 22 - A SUGGESTION LOOKING TO THE EXTENSION INTO SPACE OF THE STRUCTURAL FORMULAS AT PRESENT USED IN CHEMISTRY. AND A NOTE UPON THE RELATION BETWEEN THE OPTICAL ACTIVITY AND THE CHEMICAL CONSTITUTION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS.
Seite 23 - ... often the crystal also if the structure of the crystal allows us to perceive it, as in the case of the sulphate of strychnine and the alum of amylamine. There are, moreover, mathematical demonstrations of the necessary existence of this correlation, which we may consider a perfectly ascertained fact. In the reasoning which follows, we shall ignore the asymmetries which might arise from the arrangement in space possessed by the atoms and univalent radicals ; but shall consider them as spheres...
Seite 3 - I call any geometrical figure or group of points chiral and say it has chirality if its image in a plane mirror ideally realized, can not be brought to coincide with itself.
Seite 21 - Lord Kelvin: Baltimore Lectures on Molecular Dynamics and the Wave Theory of Light, London, 1904.
Seite 9 - The same number of atoms combined in the same way produce the same crystalline form, and the same crystalline form is independent of the chemical nature of the atoms, and is determined only by their number and relative position.

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Busch is with Baylor University.

About the authors Kenneth W. Busch, PhD, is Professor of Chemistry at Baylor University, Waco, Texas. Dr. Busch received his doctorate in analytical chemistry from Florida State University in 1971. He has been a visiting professor of chemistry at both Cornell University and with the California Institute of Technology, and a consultant with the Office of Energy-Related Inventions, the National Bureau of Standards. He and his group at Baylor are currently engaged in, among other things, the development of multielement detection systems for spectrochemical analysis, the application of infrared emission spectroscopy, and analytical problems of environmental concern. Marianna A. Busch, PhD, is Associate Professor of Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Baylor University, Waco, Texas. Dr. Busch received her doctorate in physical inorganic chemistry from Florida State University, where she specialized in infrared and nuclear magnetic resonance spectrochemical analysis. She has studied at Heidelberg University and as a Fulbright Scholar at Victoria University in New Zealand, and has been a visiting research scientist at E.I. du Pont de Nemours, Cornell University, and the California Institute of Technology. She is a consultant with the Office of Energy-Related Inventions of the National Bureau of Standards and is involved in the development of instrumentation for the detection and analysis of infrared emission from hot gaseous sources.

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