Organic Functional Group Preparations, Three-Volume Set: by Stanley R. Sandler, Wolf Karo
By Stanley R. Sandler, Wolf Karo
Quantity II describes 17 extra sensible teams and provides a severe overview in their to be had equipment of synthesis with preparative examples of every. cognizance is mainly paid to providing particular laboratory instructions for the numerous identify reactions utilized in describing the synthesis of those sensible teams. Key gains * This quantity covers artificial tools for the new release of 17 practical teams; targeted gains comprise the quotation of U.S. and overseas patent literature and defense info; significant issues mentioned: * Ynamines * Enamines * Allenes * Azo compounds * Azoxy compounds * N-Nitroso compounds
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