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Organic Mechanochemistry and Its Practical Applications
by Zory V. Todres

Organic Mechanochemistry and Its Practical Applications gathers physical and organic chemistry-based molecular principles, evolving interpretations of scientific data, and real world applications to demonstrate the synthetic advantages of mechanically initiated organic reactions.

Features:

  • Demonstrates how organic mechanochemistry pertains to the search for new lubricant compositions
  • Proposes alternative synthetic processes that reduce the cost and environmental threat posed by solvents
  • Compiles interrelating data from scientists and inventors around the world
  • Provides mechanisms of mechanically induced organic reactions, elucidating the mechanisms of antifriction effects in technical devices and in living organisms
  • Applies new theories for boundary lubrication in the presence of organic additives
  • Considers the application and behavior of organic compounds as constituents of biomechanical formulations
  • Highlights novel applications in lubricants, anti-corrosive additives, biomedical implants, pharmaceutical drug formulation, and even recreational sports equipment

Contents

Specificity of Organic Reactivity on Mechanical Activation

  • Subatomic Results of Mechanical Activation
  • General Grounds of Mechanically-Induced Organic Reactions
  • Relations between Organic Material Properties and Mechanical Effects

Mechanochromism of Organic Compounds

  • Mechanically-Induced Luminescence
  • Coloration as a Result of Radical Ion Generation on Milling
  • Bond-Breaking Mechanochromism
  • Spectral Changes as a Result of Mechanically-Induced Reorganization of Crystal Packing
  • Spectral Changes as a Result of Mechanically-Induced Structural Phase Transition

Organic Reactions within Lubricating Layers

  • Reactions of Lubricating Materials with Triboemitted Electrons
  • Boundary Lubrication and Chemisorption
  • Warming Effect on Lubricants upon Friction
  • "Solvency" and Reactivity of Base Oils
  • Chemical Origins of Additive Synergism-Antagonism
  • Molecular Mechanisms of Dry-Sliding Lubrication

Mechanically-Induced Organic Reactions

  • Mechanochemically-Initiated Polymerization, Depolymerization, and Mechanolysis
  • Representative Examples of Mechanically-Induced Organic Reactions
  • Mechanochemical Approaches to Fullerene Reactivity
  • Mechanically-Induced Reactions of Peptides and Proteins
  • Formation of Molecular Complexes
  • Mechanical Initiation of Intermolecular Electron Transfer and Intramolecular Electron Redistribution
  • Mechanically-Induced Conformational Transition of Organic Compounds

Mechanically-Induced Phase Transition and Layer Arrangement

  • Liquid Crystals vPolymers
  • Pressure-Induced Phase Transition

Nano and Biolubrication

  • Antifriction and Antiwear Nanolayers
  • Biotribology

Concluding Remarks and Horizons

  • Mechanochromism and Information Recording
  • Lubricity Mechanism and Lubricant Design
  • Specific Synthetic Opportunities of Solvent-Free Reactions
  • Regularities in Mechanical Activation of Organic Reactions
  • Organic Mechanochemistry and Bioengineering
  • Examples of Innovations at the Border of Organic Mechanochemistry

Index

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Organic Mechanochemistry and Its Practical Applications
by Zory V. Todres
2006 176 pages $148.95 + shipping
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