Part 2: Selective Microwave Heating of an Ionic Reagent

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Presenter: Gregory Dudley

Published: August 2014

Age: 18-22 and upwards22 and upwards

Views: 1603 views

Tags: Chemistry, FSU, Microwave, Microwave Chemistry, Electromagnetic, Radiation, Heating, FSU Research

Type: LecturesPostgraduate presentations

Source/institution: FSU


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In part two of this three part series, FSU chemist Dr. Gregory Dudley, discusses in depth the microwave chemistry research he’s conducted in collaboration with FSU colleague Dr. Al Stiegman. The research outlines Friedel-Crafts substitutions, Aryl-Claisen rearrangements, and key parameters in these experiments that aim to better understand selective microwave heating.gr

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