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Science and Engineering of Polyphenols

Fundamentals and Industrial Scale Applications

Verma, Chandrabhan (Herausgeber)


1. Auflage März 2024
624 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-394-20390-1
John Wiley & Sons

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A groundbreaking synthesis of rich and varied polyphenol research

Polyphenols are a class of compounds, found naturally in fruits and vegetables, whose flexibility and ubiquity give them a vast range of applications in pharmaceutical, environmental, and biological research and development. They play a role in diagnosing and preventing diseases from diabetes to Parkinson's to Alzheimer's and have been integral in food preservation. The field of polyphenols research has the potential to touch virtually every area of organic production.

Science and Engineering of Polyphenols provides a current and comprehensive overview of this field of research and its latest developments. Long overdue as a 'state of the field' synthesis for an area of study that has seen rapid development in recent years, this book promises to be a milestone.

Science and Engineering of Polyphenols readers will also find:
* Treatment of both natural and synthetic polyphenols
* Detailed discussion of topics including synthesis and characterization of polyphenols, electronic and molecular structure of polyphenols, and many more
* Supplementary material including websites of interest and updates on the latest research and development

Science and Engineering of Polyphenols is ideal for scholars, industrialists, and policymakers in any of the myriad areas of academia and industry touched by polyphenol research.

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Part I: Overview of Polyphenols

Chapter 1: Fundamentals of Polyphenols: Nomenclature, Classification, and Properties

Chapter 2: Chemistry of Polyphenols: Synthesis, characterization and structure (electronic and Molecular) and reactivity

Chapter 3: Plant-Derived Polyphenols: Extraction, purification and Characterization

Chapter 4: Fermentation and Degradation of Polyphenols: Chemical and Microbial (Lactic Acid Bacteria) Methods

Part II: Industrial Applications of Polyphenols

Chapter 5: Polyphenols for Wastewater & Industrial Influents Treatment

Chapter 6: Polyphenols for Anticorrosion Application

Chapter 7: Polyphenols for dyes Application

Chapter 8: Polyphenols for Packaging Application

Chapter 9: Polyphenols for Textile-based Application

Chapter 10:

Chapter 11: Polyphenols-based Hydrogels and Nanocomplexes: Fundamental, Properties and Industrial Applications

Chapter 12: Polyphenol-based materials for sensors: Recent trends in Chemo- and Bio-sensing

Part III: Polyphenols for Life Science Applications

Chapter 13: Polyphenols in control of COVID-19

Chapter 14: Polyphenols for Dietary Polyphenols Application

Chapter 15: Polyphenols for health management and disease control applications

Chapter 16: Polyphenols for Antimicrobial (Disinfectant and Pest control) Application

Chapter 17: Polyphenols for Antioxidant Application: Biochemistry of Polyphenols

Chapter 18: polyphenolic compounds from marine organisms and their biofunctional properties Dietary polyphenols

Chapter 19: Polyphenols of "TRIBERRY "in dietary supplements and health care

Chapter 20: Dietary Polyphenols: Recent Trends in Biological Significance

Chapter 21: Polyphenols for Pharmaceutical (Diagnosis, Therapies, and Prevention of Diseases) Application

Chapter 22: Polyphenols for Food and Food Additives Applications

Chapter 23: Biological significance of polyphenols as functional molecules in biomaterial preparations
Chandrabhan Verma, PhD, is a researcher at the Department of Chemical Engineering, Khalifa University of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. He has researched and published extensively on the synthesis and design of environmentally-friendly corrosion inhibitors.

C. Verma, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia