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Issue 18, 2013
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Mechanochemistry of inorganic and organic systems: what is similar, what is different?

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Abstract

Mechanochemistry of inorganic solids is a well-established field. In the last decade mechanical treatment has become increasingly popular as a method for achieving selective and “greener” syntheses also in organic systems. New groups and researchers enter the field of mechanochemistry, often re-discovering many of the previously known facts and effects, while at the same time neglecting other important concepts. The author of this contribution has long been involved in mechanochemical research in both inorganic and organic systems. The aim of this contribution is to provide an overview of the basic concepts of mechanochemistry in relation to inorganic and organic systems.

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Submitted
06 Feb 2013
First published
17 Jul 2013

Chem. Soc. Rev., 2013,42, 7719-7738
Article type
Review Article

Mechanochemistry of inorganic and organic systems: what is similar, what is different?

E. Boldyreva, Chem. Soc. Rev., 2013, 42, 7719
DOI: 10.1039/C3CS60052A

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