Contains chapters on the theoretical and computational foundations; on analytical and spectroscopical aspects with dedicated chapters on Mass Spectrometry, NMR, IR/UV, etc.
Aniline is the parent molecule of a vast family of aromatic amines. Since its discovery in 1826 it has become one of the hundred most important building blocks in chemistry. Aniline is used as an intermediate in many different fields of applications, such as isocyanates, rubber processing chemicals, dyes and pigments, agricultural chemicals and pharmaceuticals. The understanding of functional groups is key for the understanding of all organic chemistry. In the tradition of the Patai Series, this volume treats all aspects of this functional group. It contains chapters on the theoretical and computational foundations; on analytical and spectroscopical aspects with dedicated chapters on Mass Spectrometry, NMR, IR/UV, etc.; on reaction mechanisms; on applications in syntheses.
Table of Contents
1 Anilines: Historical background (Anthony
2 General and theoretical aspects of
anilines (Minh Tho Nguyen).
3 Structural chemistry of anilines (Grazyna
4 Thermochemistry of anilines (Suzanne W.
Slayden and Joel F. Liebman).
5 Mass spectrometry and gas-phase chemistry
of anilines (Marcos N. Eberlin, Daniella
Vasconcellos Augusti and Rodinei Augusti).
6 NMR spectra of anilines (Erkki
Kolehmainen, Ryszard Gawinecki and Borys
7 Substituted anilines as solvatochromic
probes (Yizhak Marcus).
8 Hydrogen bonds of anilines (Luciano
9 Synthesis of anilines (John F. Hartwig,
Shashank Shekhar, Qilong Shen and Fabiola
10 Anilines as nucleophiles (Ikchoon Lee
and Dae Dong Sung).
11 Rearrangements of anilines and their
derivatives (Sergei M. Lukyanov and Alla V.
12 Analytical aspects of aromatic amines
13 Manufacture and uses of the anilines: A
vast array of processes and products
(Anthony S. Travis).
14 The spectroscopy, photophysics and
photochemistry of anilines (Jye-Shane Yang).
15 Toxicological and environmental aspects
of anilines (Anthony S. Travis).
16 Electrochemistry of anilines (Jan S.
Jaworski and Marek K. Kalinowski).
17 Proton sponges (Alexander F. Pozharskii
and Valery A. Ozeryanskii).