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A presentation of developments in the electrochemistry of C60 and related compounds, electroenzymatic synthesis, conducting polymers, and electrochemical partial fluorination. It contains accounts of carbonyl compounds, anodic oxidation of oxygen-containing compounds, electrosynthesis of bioactive materials, electrolyte reductive coupling, and more.
Praise for the Fourth Edition
"Outstanding praise for previous editions….the single best general reference for the organic chemist."
—Journal of the Electrochemical Society
"The cast of editors and authors is excellent, the text is, in general, easily readable and understandable, well documented, and well indexed....those who purchase the book will be satisfied with their acquisition."
—Journal of Polymer Science
". . .an excellent starting point for anyone wishing to explore the application of electrochemical technique to organic chemistry and...a comprehensive up-to-date review for researchers in the field."
—Journal of the American Chemical Society
Praise for the Third edition
"For nearly twenty years now, 'Baizer and Lund' has had the status of a proven and highly regarded standard work....This revised and enlarged third edition takes account of the rapid developments occurring in the field... . . .clear and comprehensible. The editors have succeeded in an exemplary way in welding together the individual contributions to make a consistent whole....it impresses through expert and skillful choice of material, and the wealth of helpful advice that is offered.... ...recommended without hesitation...'Lund and Baizer' is certain to be appreciated as a valuable guide and a mine of information that one cannot afford to be without....a must for every library."
"This book is definitely an inevitable one for research laboratory libraries and a 'bible' for those who serve in this field....a valuable addition for college and university libraries. "
—Bulletin of Electrochemistry
". . .a gateway to the literature and a source of ideas.... . . .thorough and authoritative. . . .this revised version of Organic Electrochemistry will remain the standard reference book for all those in the field. It will also be welcome and valued reading for all who become drawn to the study of the electrode reactions of organic molecules for the first time."
—Chemistry & Industry
". . .an excellent reference....The editors should be congratulated on a job well done. The authors are first rate and experts in their field. The book is recommended to all interested in the fields of organic as well as electrochemistry."
—Journal of Liquid Chromatography