By Desmurs J.-R., Gerard B., Goldstein M.J.
The natural molecules which are used, fairly within the parts of pharmacy and agrochemicals, have gotten progressively more complicated either of their chemical nature and spacial configuration. a fancy molecular constitution is unavoidably fragile; it can't be produced less than critical stipulations (in specific excessive strain and temperature). moreover there's a challenge of the scale-up of a product from the laboratory to the economic scale. The regulate of the reactivity, selectivity, and yield and using sufficiently light commercial stipulations are all components that needs to be taken into consideration by way of business chemists. among the ''tools'' giving controllable reactivity, selectivity, and comparatively gentle response stipulations is bromine. The natural chemistry of bromine occasionally provides outstanding selectivities in comparison to these of chlorine. This quantity that is in line with ''Orgabrom '93'', brings jointly the most contributions offered at this occasion.
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