By Hijazi Abu Ali
Modern facets of Boron: Chemistry and organic functions highlights the organic task and purposes of boron containing compounds. The authors' particular procedure surveys basic positive factors of the topic, whereas exploring new and novel ideas for getting ready definite chemical and average boron items which are of vital substance in medicinal chemistry. for instance, melanoma remedy is among the most vital concerns regarding such items. as well as contributing to the improvement of latest medicinal drugs through addressing organic functions in medicinal and business fields, the ebook presents a finished evaluate of the main suitable parts that contain the pharmaceutical, medicinal and environmental purposes of boron containing compounds.
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