Optimization of Solid-Phase Combinatorial Synthesis

Edited by Bing Yan and Anthony W Czarnik 
Marcel Dekker  December 2001  

Hardcover  408 pages, Illustrated  ISBN 9780824706548      £133.00
This book addresses the key topics in combinatorial synthesis, how to optimise the quality of a combinatorial library by determining the usefulness of synthesised compounds and the reliability of biological assay results. It also analyses academic and industrial applications of this technology providing real-world examples and case studies of successful and unsuccessful technologies. It will be of interest to organic, analytical, medicinal, pharmaceutical, computational, protein, and peptide chemists and biochemists; pharmacists; pharmacologists; molecular biologists; molecular and vibrational spectroscopists as well as advanced students in these disciplines.


  • Basic principles and theory;
  • NIR instrumentation;
  • blending;
  • coating and drying;
  • pharmaceutical applications;
  • validation;
  • medical applications.
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