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Advances in Heterocylic Chemestry. Vol 10 - Boulton A.J.

Boulton A.J. Advances in Heterocylic Chemestry. Vol 10 - Academic Press, 1969. - 347 p.
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L
Literature of heterocyclic chemistry,
7, 225
M
Mass spectrometry of heterocyclic compounds, 7, 301 Metal catalysts, action on pyridines, 2, 179
Monoazaindoles, 9, 27 Monocyclic sulfur-containing pyrones, 8, 219
N
Nitrilium salts, heterocyclic syntheses involving, 6, 95 Nitrogen heterocycles, reduction of, with complex metal hydrides, 6, 45 Nitrogen heterocyclic systems, Claisen rearrangements in, 8, 143
Nucleophiles, reactivity of azine derivatives with, 4, 145 Nucleophilic heteroaromatic substitution,
3, 285

1, 3, 4-Oxadiazole chemistry, recent advances in, 7, 183 I, 3-Oxazine derivatives, 2, 311 Oxazolone chemistry, recent advances in,
4, 75
P
Pentazoles, 3, 373 Peroxides, cyclic, 8, 165 Phenothiazines, chemistry of, 9, 321 Phenoxazines, 8, 83 Physicochemical aspects of purines, 6, 1 Physico-chemical properties of azines, 5, 69 Prototropic tautomerism of heteroaromatic compounds, 1, 311, 339; 2,
1, 27
Pseudo bases, heterocyclic, 1, 167 Purine bases, aza analogs of, 1, 189 Purines, physicochemical aspects of, 6, 1 Pyrazole chemistry, progress in, 6, 347 Pyridazines, 9, 211
Pyridine, effect of substituents in, 6, 229 Pyridines, action of metal catalysts on,
2, 179
Pyridopyrimidines, 10, 149 Pyrimidine bases, aza analogs of, 1, 189 Pyrones, monocyclic sulfur-containing, 8, 219
Pyrroles, acid-catalyzed polymerization, of, 2, 287 Pyrrolizidine chemistry, 5, 315 Pyrrolopyridines, 9, 27 Pyrylium salts, preparations, 10, 241
Q
Quatemization of heterocyclic compounds, 3, 1 Quinazolines, 1, 253 Quinolizines, aromatic, 5, 291
Quinoxaline chemistry, recent advances in, 2, 203
R
Reduction of nitrogen heterocycles with complex metal hydrides, 6, 45
Reissert compounds, 9, 1
S
Selenazole chemistry,
present state of, 2, 343
T
Tautomerism, prototropic,
of heteroaromatic compounds, 1, 311, 339; 2, 1, 27 1, 2, 4-Thiadiazoles, S, 119
1, 2, 5-Thiadiazoles, 9, 107
1, 3, 4-Thiadiazoles, chemistry of, 9, 165
1, 2, 3, 4-Thiatriazoles, 3, 263 Thiophenes, chemistry of, recent advances in, 1, 1 Three-membered rings, with two hetero atoms, 2, 83
Editorial Advisory Board
A. Albert A. T. Balaban G. Fodor S. Gronowitz J. Gut R. Huisgen N. K. Kochetkov J. H. Ridd
Advances in
HETEROCYCLIC CHEMISTRY
Edited by
A. R. KATRITZKY A. J. BOULTON
School of Chemical Sciences University of East Anglia Norwich, England
Volume 10
Academic Press New York and London 1969
Copyright 1969 Academic Press, Inc.
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Contributors
Numbers in parentheses indicate the pages on which the authors contributions begin.
A. T. Balaban,* Institute of Atomic Physics, Bucharest, Roumania( 241) J. B. Bapat, Department of Chemistry, Bendigo Institute of Technology, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia (199)
D. St. C. Black, Department of Chemistry, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia (199)
R. F. C. Brown.| Department of Chemistry, School of General Studies, The Australian National University, Canberra, . . ., Australia (199)
A. J. Boulton, School of Chemical Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich, Norfolk, England (1)
(1 Fischer, Deutsche. Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, Institut fur Biophysik, Berlin, East Germany (241)
P. . Ghosh, Department of Medical Chemistry, The Australian National University, Canberra, . . ., Australia (1)
R. A. Heacock, Atlantic Regional Laboratory, National Research Council of Canada, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (43)
W. J. Irwin, Department of Pharmacy, University of Aston in Birmingham, Birmingham, England (149)
S. Kasparek,}; Atlantic Regional Laboratory, National Research Council of Canada, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (43)
. E. Mann, Department of Chemistry, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (113)
W. Schroth, Institute of Organic Chemistry, Martin Luther University, Halle- Wittenburg, East Germany (241)
J. I). White, Department of Chemistry, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (113)
D. G. Wibberley, Department of Pharmacy, University of Aston in Birmingham, Birmingham, England (149)
* Present Address: International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria
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