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JACQUES MORTIER (Vintage 2006)

Professor (Organic Chemistry), PhD, IUF Honorary Member

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NEW BOOK: INDUSTRIAL ARENE CHEMISTRY

Industrial Arene Chemistry: Markets, Technologies, Sustainable Processes and Cases Studies of Aromatic Commodities
Hardback by Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH, Weinheim (Germany), Jacques Mortier (Editor), ISBN-13: 9783527347841, ISBN-10: 3527347844, Publication date: March 2023, 1st Edition (4 Volume Set, 2416 Pages, 69 Chapters).

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Explore the wide array of uses for aromatic hydrocarbons in this comprehensive reference. Aromatics are a class of organic compounds produced in various industrial processes. Their importance as petrochemical materials in themselves, along with the range of inter-relations between different aromatic chemicals, creates a complex and opportunity-filled market for aromatics. Industrial Arene Chemistry provides a thorough look at the conventional techniques required to use and produce these aromatic hydrocarbons. Beginning with an overview of the global aromatic market-including, but not limited to, manufacturers, markets of BTX, and downstream functional aromatics, aromatics derived from renewable sources, and economic forecasts-the book will also explore the impact shifting environmental factors will have on the future of aromatic chemistry. The text further explores BTX production processes differentiated according to the raw materials used. Importantly, this will establish the importance and growth of the biobased chemical industry. Industrial Arene Chemistry readers will also find: Case studies that describe major elements of specific technologies prototyped by contributors/companies as part of ongoing market development efforts; Process chapters that include summaries of the conventional techniques and a more detailed discussion of recent high-impact studies; Recent advances in conventional aromatic reactions, including alkylation, acylation and carboxylation, hydrogenation/reduction, oxidation, nitration/amination, sulfonation, and halogenation. Industrial Arene Chemistry is a useful reference for chemists and chemical engineers who work with aromatics.

“…The chemistry of aromatic compounds is as diverse, exciting and extensive as their use. Prof. Jacques Mortier deserves our extreme gratitude that he has taken on the monumental task of systematizing this fascinating diversity as the author and editor of the present work and in making it easily accessible, all the more considering that no comparable standard work has been available for several decades. We all know how quickly science changes and the gain of knowledge increases. Prof. Mortier has taken these many changes, better catalysts, higher selectivities, new products, etc. into account. In his long-term book project, he has compiled the expertise of many researchers in universities and companies worldwide, always keeping an eye on the topicality of the results and the changing framework conditions…”
Foreword by Dr. Melanie Maas-Brunner, Member of the Board of Executive Directors and Chief Technology Officer of BASF SE

Foreword (full text)
Preface
Front Matter

ARENE CHEMISTRY BOOK

Arene Chemistry: Reaction Mechanisms and Methods for Aromatic Compounds
Copyright © 2016, Hardback, by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey (USA), Jacques Mortier (Editor), ISBN-13: 978-1118752012, ISBN-10: 1118752015, 1st Edition (992 pages, 32 chapters).

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In Arene Chemistry Jacques Mortier has brought together contributions from leading practitioners in universities and research institutes from around the world to create a concise but comprehensive text on aromatic chemistry. The book consists of 32 chapters, in 10 parts, which cover both classical aromatic chemistry, as well as very recent developments in the field. The 959 pages however do not feel weighty, and it is easy to find one’ s way around the topics… This comprehensive book ventures successfully to put all of aromatic chemistry into one convenient sized and handy volume. The editor and contributors are to be congratulated for taking on such an ambitious project. They have effectively condensed the essential material, and made an ideal source of information; whether one is looking to locate specific conditions for a single transformation, or whether one just wishes to read up on the underlying mechanistic and synthetic principles of a particular topic, this book will be an ideal starting point. The book will be of interest to all researchers in industry and academia working with arene compounds, as well as advanced undergraduates wishing to develop their knowledge of this essential field.
Full text: Applied Organometallic Chemistry, March 2018, e4129 (George Weaver)

The broad covering of topics, made possible by the collaboration of world-renowned experts in different fields of organic chemistry and by a good balance in depth of coverage, positions “Arene Chemistry: Reaction Mechanisms and Methods for Aromatic Compounds” as a deskbook that would be extremely useful for students of advanced courses of organic chemistry, instructors and professors, as well as experienced chemists in both academy and industry, and to those interested in arene chemistry and its application.
Full text: Chemistry International, July-September 2018, vol. 40, No 3, 42-44 (Oleg M. Demchuk)

MAIN AWARDS
— Honorary member of the “Institut universitaire de France (University Institute of France – IUF, 1998) Only 2% of French university professors have been currently distinguished by the Institut Universitaire de France.
— Medal of the city of Rennes (1999)
— Auditor at the Institut des Hautes Études de l’Entreprise (2002, Paris)

CURRENT RESEARCH
From novel organic and organometallic methodologies to fine chemical synthesis, biologically active molecules and molecular materials
— Directed Metalation (New concepts in alkyllithium activation, regio and chemoselective lithiations in benzene ring…)
— Mechanistic Studies (polar organometallics)
— Synthesis of Pro-Apoptotic Gossypol Analogs by Metalation Reactions

RECENT PUBLICATIONS AND PATENTS
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• Industrial Arene Chemistry: Markets, Technologies, Sustainable Processes and Cases Studies of Aromatic Commodities Hardback by Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH, Weinheim (Germany), Jacques Mortier (Editor), ISBN-13: 9783527347841, ISBN-10: 3527347844, Publication date: March 2023, 1st Edition (4 Volume Set, 2416 Pages, 69 Chapters). Front Matter

Preface by Jacques Mortier in Industrial Arene Chemistry: Markets, Technologies, Sustainable Processes and Cases Studies of Aromatic Commodities Hardback by Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH, Weinheim (Germany), Publication date: March 2023.

T. T. T. Nguyen, H. Guyon, K. P. P. Nguyen, A. Boussonnière, J. Mortier, and A.-S. Castanet* ”Chiral Ligand-Mediated Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution of Naphthoic Acids: A Fast and Efficient Access to Axially Chiral Biaryls  Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2020, 3829

• D. M. T. Nguyen, L. M. T. Do, T. N. T. Huynh, K. Q. M. Ho, T. H. Nguyen, J. Mortier, K. P. P. Nguyen* “Chemical constituents of the lichen Dendriscosticta platyphylloides, Lobariaceae” Sci. Tech. Dev. J. 201922(1), 165

• D. M. T. Nguyen, L. M. T. Do, V. T. Nguyen, W. Chavarisi, J. Mortier, K. P. P. Nguyen* “Phenolic Compounds from the Lichen Lobaria orientalisJ. Nat. Prod. 2017, 80, 261

 Arene Chemistry: Reaction Mechanisms and Methods for Aromatic Compounds, J. Mortier Ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken NJ, USA (Book)  (2016) Front Matter (pages i–xxvii)

 Asymmetric Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution by A.-S. Castanet, A. Boussonnière and J. Mortier*, Chapter 8, in Arene Chemistry: Reaction Mechanisms and Methods for Aromatic Compounds, J. Mortier Ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken NJ, USA (Book Chapter) (2016)

• Directed Metalation of Arenes with Organolithiums, Lithium Amides, and Superbases by F. R. Leroux* and J. Mortier*, Chapter 26, in Arene Chemistry: Reaction Mechanisms and Methods for Aromatic Compounds, J. Mortier Ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken NJ, USA (Book Chapter) (2016)

 Preface by J. Mortier in Arene Chemistry: Reaction Mechanisms and Methods for Aromatic Compounds, J. Mortier Ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken NJ, USA (2016)

• M. Belaud-Rotureau, A.-S. Castanet, T. H. Nguyen, J. Mortier* “Uncatalyzed CO2Li-Mediated SNAr Reaction of Unprotected Benzoic Acids via Silicon Trickery” Aust. J. Chem. 2015, 69, 307

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