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Dynamics in Microwave Chemistry

Author / Creator
Huang, Kama. author
Available as
Online
Summary

This book addresses microwave chemistry at both the physical and molecular level. Its main goal is to elaborate the highly complex scientific issues involved in the fundamental theory of microwave ...

This book addresses microwave chemistry at both the physical and molecular level. Its main goal is to elaborate the highly complex scientific issues involved in the fundamental theory of microwave chemistry, and in industrialized applications in the near future. The book provides detailed insights into the characterization and measurement of dielectric properties under complex conditions, such as chemical reactions, high-temperature environments, etc. Considerable attention is paid to the theory of dynamics in microwave chemistry, from the view of both physical level and molecular level. Microwave-Material Interactions simulation is used for physical dynamical analysis, while a Microwave-Molecules Interactions methodology is proposed for molecular dynamical analysis. In turn, calculational examples are introduced for better description and validation, respectively. Lastly, the book proposes design strategies and calculational examples for large-scale application. Richly illustrated and including a wealth of worked-out examples, this book is ideal for all researchers, students and engineers who are just getting started in the dynamics of microwave chemistry.

Creator
by Kama Huang, Xiaoqing Yang, Huacheng Zhu
Format
Books
Publication
  • 1st ed. 2021
  • Singapore : Springer Nature Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2021
Physical Details
  • X, 159 p. 113 illus., 81 illus. in color. online resource
  • text file PDF
ISBNs
9789811596551, 9789811596544, 9789811596568, 9789811596575, 9811596549, 9811596557
OCLC
on1229924643

  • Introduction -- Characterization and Measurement for the Chemical Reaction’s Dielectric Properties -- Dynamic Analysis of Microwave Heating on Chemical Reactions -- Interaction Between Microwave and Molecules -- Industrial Application
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