In most cases, every chemist must deal with solvent effects, whether voluntarily or otherwise. Since its publication, this has been the standard reference on all topics related to solvents and solvent effects in organic chemistry. Christian Reichardt provides reliable information on the subject, allowing chemists to understand and effectively use these phenomena.
- 3rd updated and enlarged edition of a classic
- 35% more contents
- excellent, proven concept
- includes current developments, such as ionic liquids
- indispensable in research and industry
From the reviews of the second edition:
"...This is an immensely useful book, and the source that I would turn to first when seeking virtually any information about solvent effects."
Chapter 1 Introduction (pages 1–4):
Chapter 2 Solute?Solvent Interactions (pages 5–56):
Chapter 3 Classification of Solvents (pages 57–91):
Chapter 4 Solvent Effects on the Position of Homogeneous Chemical Equilibria (pages 93–145):
Chapter 5 Solvent Effects on the Rates of Homogeneous Chemical Reactions (pages 147–328):
Chapter 6 Solvent Effects on the Absorption Spectra of Organic Compounds (pages 329–388):
Chapter 7 Empirical Parameters of Solvent Polarity (pages 389–469):