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Special Feature Organo-Fluorine Chemical Science
ExcerptFluorine is the 13th most abundant element and, with other fluorine containing functional groups, is a most effective element in biological substances, pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, liquid crystals, dyes, polymers and a wide range of consumer products. This reflects its resistance to metabolic change due to the strength of the C-F bond providing biological stability and the application of its nonstick-interfacial physical characteristics. Its introduction often remains a synthetic challenge. The widespread use of organofluorines has increased the demand for the development of practical and simple reagents and experimental strategies for the incorporation of fluorine into all types of molecular structures and this was the reasoning behind this special feature on Organo-Fluorine Chemical Science.The contributed articles belong to two broad groups: (i) preparation of fluorine materials, polymers; (ii) the synthesis/applications of organo-fluorine molecules. [...]
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Hügel, H.M.; Jackson, N. Special Feature Organo-Fluorine Chemical Science. Appl. Sci. 2012, 2, 558-565.View more citation formats
Hügel HM, Jackson N. Special Feature Organo-Fluorine Chemical Science. Applied Sciences. 2012; 2(2):558-565.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hügel, Helmut Martin; Jackson, Neale. 2012. "Special Feature Organo-Fluorine Chemical Science." Appl. Sci. 2, no. 2: 558-565.
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