Published article in ULLMANN'S Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry
The R&D Team at WeylChem Frankfurt and Allessa compiled and updated an article in ULLMANN'S Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry.
Forstinger, K., Metz, H. J. and Koch, P. 2015. Diazo Compounds and Diazo Reactions. Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. 1–22.
Diazo- and diazonium compounds are reactive molecules which readily take part in a variety of reactions. Versatile applications of Diazo-and diazonium compounds lead to a number of important intermediates and end products which gives them their value to the chemical industry. The article in ULLMANN'S Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry describes properties, preparation and uses of diazo- and diazonium compounds. It has been updated with the most recent facts and references.
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