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PAHs and Related Compounds: Chemistry by Ronald G. Harvey (auth.), Dr. Alasdair H. Neilson (eds.)

By Ronald G. Harvey (auth.), Dr. Alasdair H. Neilson (eds.)

The volumes 3/I (Chemistry) and 3/J (Biology) current diversified facets of the environmental chemistry and ecology of PAHs and similar compounds. Emphasis has been put on a variety of points no longer typically coated in different shows. They hide not just easy elements of the chemistry, research, assets, physico-chemical determinants of environmental distribution, and dissemination of PAHs, but in addition vital components corresponding to heteroarenes, and PAHs made out of certainly taking place alicyclic precursors. Atmospheric degradation and transformation of PAHs are mentioned in addition to microbial metabolism of either PAHs and heteroarenes. traditional and critical new points of mammalian metabolism and the induction of melanoma are offered, and the strategies used for demonstrating the constitution of adducts regarding PAH metabolites are mentioned in detail.

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PAHs and Related Compounds: Chemistry

The volumes 3/I (Chemistry) and 3/J (Biology) current diversified points of the environmental chemistry and ecology of PAHs and similar compounds. Emphasis has been put on quite a lot of points now not commonly lined in different displays. They hide not just uncomplicated features of the chemistry, research, resources, physico-chemical determinants of environmental distribution, and dissemination of PAHs, but in addition vital parts reminiscent of heteroarenes, and PAHs made from certainly taking place alicyclic precursors.

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The loss in resonance energy is evidently compensated for by relief of steric compression. While nonplanarity might be thought exceptional, Herndon has speculated on theoretical grounds that the majority of possible polyarenes are likely to be nonplanar [89]. 4 Reactions This section surveys the most important types of reactions undergone by polyarenes with emphasis on reactions of potential environmental significance. A more comprehensive survey of the chemistry of PAHs can be found in the author's recent book [82].

In the Clar formulation, the aromatic sextets in the Kekule structures are represented by circles and the remaining unsaturated bonds as double bonds. In the case of phenanthrene, two structures may be drawn, one with circles in both outer rings and one with a single circle in the central ring. The structure with two aromatic sextets is clearly more energetically favorable. Similar Ciar structures may be used to represent all benzenoid polyarenes, both alternant and nonalternant. Additional examples are shown in Fig.

A typical example is the automerization of acenaphthylene-I- 13 C to give a 1:1 mixture of acenaphthylene labeled in the 4- and S- positions [170]. * The principal mechanism of automerization is thought to entail reversible contraction of a benzenoid ring to a five-membered-ring intermediate (Fig. IS). In the automerization of naphthalene, the evidence indicates that benzofulvene (6), rather than indenylcarbene (4), is the likely key intermediate [l71]. Benzofulvene isotopically labeled in the methylene group reacts at 900°C to yield 1- and 2- 13 C-naphthalene in the ratio of 1:4.

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