Special Issue "Chemistry of Peroxides"
A special issue of Molecules (ISSN 1420-3049).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2020).
Faculty of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Technology and Biomedical Products, D.I. Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Moscow 125047, Russia
Interests: chemistry of peroxides; oxidative coupling reactions; reactions with C-, O-, and S-centered radicals; direct and indirect electroorganic synthesis; homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis in oxidation reactions; compounds with antiparasitic, cytotoxic and antimicrobial activity, agrochemistry; chemistry of aliphatic and alicyclic functionalized compounds
We are very pleased to invite you to submit articles to a high-profile Special Issue on the “Chemistry of peroxides” to be published in Molecules.
This Special Issue aims to highlight various studies in the field of the chemistry of organic peroxides.
The chemistry of organic peroxides attracts considerable attention from chemists, biochemists, physicians and pharmacologists, since it has been found that organic peroxides possess a broad spectrum of biological activity: antimalarial, anthelmintic, anticancer, growth regulating, and antiviral. The importance of these studies is illustrated by the 2015 Nobel Prize in Medicine awarded to Youyou Tu for the discovery and development of Artemisinin, a natural peroxide antimalarial drug. Recently, the first commercial antimalarial agent was developed by combining synthetic ozonide Arterolane with Piperaquine. Organic peroxides derived from ketones are produced in the multi-ton amounts and are broadly used as radical initiators for the preparation of polymers.
Over the past decade, a great deal of attention has been paid to the development of methods for the synthesis of peroxides and their reactions, to the synthesis of peroxides with valuable applied properties, and the study of their stability, and chemical and physical properties.
This Special Issue will include reviews, articles and communications on the synthesis, reactions, transformations and properties of organic peroxides.
In the case of a review article an additional brief (1–2 page) description of the topic including a draft index is required. This preliminary step is essential to avoid the overlapping of topics.
Prof. Dr. Alexander O. Terent'ev
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- organic peroxides
- cyclic peroxides
- hydrogen peroxide
- singlet oxygen
- free radicals
- bioactive peroxides