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    Richard D. Chambers
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    John Wiley & Sons Inc (January 1974)
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HudlickŸ, . Chemistry of Organic Fluorine Compounds. Advances in Fluorine Chemistry

Chambers’ book Fluorine in Organic Chemistry was published 30 years ago and became a classic of the field.

The introduction of carbon – fluorine bonds into organic compounds can profoundly influence their .

In this new book the author, internationally known for his contribution to organic fluorine chemistry, covers both the preparative methodologies and chemical properties of partially and highly fluorinated organic systems.

ISBN13: 9781596931138.

Replacing hydrogen with fluorine in organic molecules can profoundly influence their chemical and physical properties, leading to a range of chemical compounds, from Prozac to Teflon, which rely on organic fluorine chemistry for their useful and highly desirable properties.Fluorine in Organic Chemistry introduces its subject by discussing the chemical properties and electronic effects of fluorocarbon systems. Subsequent chapters detail the most efficient methods for the preparation and synthesis of partially, selectively, and highly fluorinated systems, from electrochemical flourination, to the addition of fluorine to olefins and aceytylenes. Other topics include: the characteristics of fluorocarbon groups in terms of ions, acids, and bases; substitution effects of fluorocarbon groups on nucleophilic displacement; elimination reactions; flouroalkane, functional, and polyfluoroaromatic compounds; fluorine in biochemistry; and organometallic reagents.With applications that extend from pharmaceuticals to fine and specialty chemicals to polymers, Fluorine in Organic Chemistry is an excellent reference for all organic chemists.