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  1. Hydrothermal chemistry

    Yang, Ziming
    Washington, DC, USA : American Chemical Society, 2023.

    "Hydrothermal chemistry has become a hot topic of research and discussion in recent decades because water at higher temperatures and pressures possesses unique properties that can promote interesting organic and inorganic reactions. Moreover, hydrothermal reactions that use water as a medium and Earth-abundant but non-toxic material as catalysts or reagents meet the requirements of green chemistry and sustainability, which have potential applications in organic synthesis and waste recycling. A substantial amount of work has been conducted in hydrothermal chemistry, with thousands of research articles already published. This primer aims to equip readers with fundamental background information on the topic and prepare the audience to interpret the primary research articles and reviews successfully."--

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