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Frontispiece: Ohmic Heating: An Emerging Concept in Organic Synthesis

Frontispiece: Ohmic Heating: An Emerging Concept in Organic Synthesis
Artur M. S. Silva, Vera L. M. Silva, Luis M. N. B. F. Santos
Ohmic heating is a high energy-efficient thermal processing method, in which heat is directly dissipated within a conductive medium, by passing an AC electrical current through it. The use of ohmic heating for sustainable chemical synthesis is an emerging concept. In this article, the fundamentals of ohmic heating are presented along with the most recent developments toward its use to heat chemical reactions. The advantages and limitations of the use of ohmic heating in chemical synthesis, especially in organic synthesis, and the future perspectives of this new field of research are also discussed. For more details, see the Concept article by A. Silva et al. on page 7853 ff.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/chem.201783362

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