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Writing for professionals as well as students, editors Schafer (chemistry, U. of Munster), Bard (chemistry, U. of Texas at Austin), Stratmann (corrosive science and surface engineering, U, of Erlangen) and contributors examine a wide range of topics within the field of organic electrochemistry, including research on applications in other fields such as inorganic and organic compounds and biological systems. Article topics include methods to investigate mechanisms of electroorganic reactions; practical aspects of preparative scale electrolysis; comparisons of chemical and electrochemical methods in organic synthesis; catholic reactions of hydrocarbons, olefins, and aromatic compounds; anodic reactions of alkanes, alkenes, and aromatic compounds; oxidation (and reduction) of oxygen-containing compounds, and of halogen-containing compounds; electrochemistry of nitrogen-containing compounds; electrosynthesis of natural products, fine chemicals, and pharmaceuticals; electrochemistry of heterocycles; selectivity in electrochemical reactions; electrogenerated acids and bases; indirect electrochemical reactions; and conducting polymers.
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Bardej (Persian: بردج, also Romanized as Bardaj; also known as, Bardej-e Ḩowmeh and Bardij) is a village in Darian Rural District, in the Central District of Shiraz County, Fars Province, Iran.
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