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Book: Radical Reactions of Carbohydrates (Binkley)

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    23601
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    "Radical Reactions of Carbohydrates" is a series of books that describe the involvement of radicals and radical reactions in carbohydrate chemistry. The first book in this series, "Volume I: Structure and Reactivity of Carbohydrate Radicals", is concerned with the basic structure of carbohydrate radicals and the reactivity that can be expected from these intermediates. "Volume II: Radical Reactions in Carbohydrate Synthesis" contains discussion and analysis of the radical reactions that have been used in carbohydrate synthesis.

    Contributors

    Roger W. Binkley (Cleveland State University) and Edith R. Binkley (Cleveland Heights-University Heights school system)

    Thumbnail: Ball-and-stick model of a prednisolone molecule, \(\ce{C21H28O5}\), as found in the crystal structure available as CSD entry JIWPEL01. (Public Domain; Ben Mills via Wikipedia)


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