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Microwave Chemistry:A Review


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Microwave chemistry involves the use of microwave radiation to conduct chemical reactions, and essentially pertains to chemical analysis and chemical synthesis. The fundamental mechanism of microwave heating involves agitation of polar molecules or ions that oscillate under the effect of an oscillating electric or magnetic field. In the presence of an oscillating field, particles try to orient themselves or be in phase with the field. Only materials that absorb microwave radiation are relevant to microwave chemistry. These materials can be categorized according to the three main mechanisms of heating, namely:Dipolar polarization, Conduction mechanism, Interfacial polarization. Microwave chemistry apparatus are classified:Single-mode apparatus and Multi-mode apparatus.

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Microwave Chemistry, Microwave Synthesis, Mechanism, Advantages.
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Authors

Deepali Gharge
Government College of Pharmacy, Karad-415124, Dist Satara, M.S., India
Pallavi Salve
Government College of Pharmacy, Karad-415124, Dist Satara, M.S., India
Chandrakant Raut
Government College of Pharmacy, Karad-415124, Dist Satara, M.S., India
Kundan Pawar
Government College of Pharmacy, Karad-415124, Dist Satara, M.S., India
Pandurang Dhabale
Government College of Pharmacy, Karad-415124, Dist Satara, M.S., India

Abstract


Microwave chemistry involves the use of microwave radiation to conduct chemical reactions, and essentially pertains to chemical analysis and chemical synthesis. The fundamental mechanism of microwave heating involves agitation of polar molecules or ions that oscillate under the effect of an oscillating electric or magnetic field. In the presence of an oscillating field, particles try to orient themselves or be in phase with the field. Only materials that absorb microwave radiation are relevant to microwave chemistry. These materials can be categorized according to the three main mechanisms of heating, namely:Dipolar polarization, Conduction mechanism, Interfacial polarization. Microwave chemistry apparatus are classified:Single-mode apparatus and Multi-mode apparatus.

Keywords


Microwave Chemistry, Microwave Synthesis, Mechanism, Advantages.