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Organic Synthess - McKusick B.C.

McKusick B.C., Boekelheide V., Emmons W.D. Organic Synthess - New York, 1963. - 134 p.
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(4,4,4-Tri3uorobutyl)cyclohexane, 41, 106
1.1.1-Trifluorododecane, 41, 106
1, 1, 1-TrLFLUOROHEPTAKE, 41, 104
1.1.1-Trifluorohexadecane, 41, 106 p-Trifiuoromethylnitrobenzene, 41, 106
1.1.1-Trifluoro-3,5,5-trimethylhexane,
41,106
1.3.5-Trimercaptobenzene, 42, 55
2.4.6-Trimercaptomesitylene, 42, 55
3,4,S-Trimethoxybenzonitrile, 43,59
1.1.1-Trimethylhydrazinium hydrogen oxalate, 43, 2
Trioxymethylene, condensation with nitromethane, 41, 67 Triphenylcinnamylphosphonium chloride, from triphenylphosphine and cinnamyl chloride, 40, 36
Triphenylcinnamylphosphonium chloride, reaction with benzaldehyde and lithium ethoxide to yield 1,
4-diphenyl-1,3-butadiene, 40, 36 Triphenylene, 40,105 Triphenylmethylphosphonium bromide, conversion to methylenetriphen-ylphosphine, 40, 66 Triphenylphosphine, in preparation of triphenylmethylphosphonium bromide, 40, 66 reaction with cinnamyl chloride to yield triphenylcinnamylphos-phonium chloride, 40, 36 reaction with ^-xylylene dichloride, 40,85
Triphenyltin chloride, allyltriphenyltin from, 41, 31, 32 Tropilidene, oxidation to tropylium fluoborate, 43,101 Tropylium fluoborate, 43,101
Urea, hydroxy-, 40, 60
Vinyl acetate, addition to chlorotri-fluoroethylene, 43,17 Vinylamine, 1,2,2-trichloro-N,N-di-ETHYL-, 41, 21 Vinyllithium, preparation from vinyl tin derivatives, 41, 32
Wittig reagent, for preparation of 1,4-di-phenyl-1,3-butadiene, 40, 36 for preparation of methylenecyclo-hexene, 40, 66 Wolff-Kishner reduction of disodium 7, 16-diketodocosanedioate, 43, 35
/>-Xylylene-bis(triphenylphosphonium
chloride), in synthesis of ^-quin-quephenyl, 40, 85 in synthesis of substituted quinque-phenyls, 40, 87
Zinc chloride as catalyst for acetylation,
41, 79, 80 Zinc-copper couple, 41, 72
reaction with methylene iodide and cyclohexene, 41, 73
CONTRIBUTORS
B. С. Anderson Frederic J. Baude Robert V. Berthold Gerhard Billek
H. M. Blatter Аьвежт T. Bottinx H. Bredereck W. Brenninger Herbert C. Brown T. W. Campbell R. D. Closson Kenneth Conrow H. N. Cripps Donald G. Crosby
G. de Stevens Vasu Dev Russell F. Evans Robert Filler Jeremiah P. Freeman Lester Friedman
C. Frisell
H. C. Gqdt, Jr.
R. Gosl
Charles R. Hauser S. Hunig
Herbert E. Johnson Willard J. Jones Jane Klinck Nathan Kornblum М. E. Kuehne
В. F. Lambert S.-O. Lawesson Hans A. Leipold E. LticKE H. Lukaszewski W. В. McCormack V. Mark John S. Meek A. Meuwsen J. J. Monagle Wayland E. Noland
D. C. Nonhebel David T. Osuga Edmund J. Piasek R. E. Putnam W. Redmond K. G. Rutherford H. Saltzman J. G. Shasefkin W. H. Sharkey Inella G. Shepard Elaine Siegel Leonard S. Silbert H. В. Stevenson Daniel Swern Harold M. Taylor
H. C. VAN DER PLAS
R. E. Wann J. K. Williams J. Wollensak
ORGANIC SYNTHESES
AN ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF SATISFACTORY METHODS FOR THE PREPARATION OF ORGANIC CHEMICALS
Volume 43 1963
ADVISORY BOARD
C. S. Hamilton W. W. Hartman E. C. Horning
L. F. Fieser R. C. Fuson Henry Gilman
Arthur C. Cope
A. H. Blatt T. L. Cairns James Cason
H. T. Clarke J. B. Conant
Roger Adams C. F. H. Allen Richard T. Arnold
John R. Johnson William S. Johnson Oliver Kamm N. J. Leonard
C. S. Marvel Melvin S. Newman
C. R. Noller Charles C. Price Norman Rabjohn R. S. Schrbiber John C. Sheehan Ralph L. Shriner Lee Irvin Smith
H. R. Snyder Max Tishler
BOARD OF EDITORS В. C. McKusick, Ed.itor-in-Ch.ief
Virgil Boekelheide
E. J. Corey William G. Dauben
William D. Emmons William E. Parham John D. Roberts
Peter Yates Henry E. Baumgarten, Secretary to the Board University oj Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska
FORMER MEMBERS OP TEE BOARD. NOW DECEASED '
Homer Adkins Werner E. Bachmann
Wallace H. Carotkers Nathan L. Drake
Frank C. Whitmore
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NOMENCLATURE
Preparations appear in the alphabetical order of common names of the compounds. For convenience in surveying the literature concerning any preparation through Chemical Abstracts subject indexes, the Chemical Abstracts indexing name for each compound is given as a subtitle if it differs from the common name used as the title.
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