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Organic syntheses vol 58 - Sheppard W.A.

Sheppard W.A., Buchi G.H. Organic syntheses vol 58 - Wiley, 1978. - 123 p.
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Triethylamine, hydrochloride [554-68-7],
58, 126
Trimethylamine, 1,1-dimethoxy [4637-
24-5], 58, 13, 16 1# ,6# ,1 -Tripyrido [ 1,2-fl: 1' ,2-c: 1" ,2"-e] [1,3,5] triazine, dodecahydro-[522-33-8],56, 121
i-Tyiosine [60-18-4], 56, 123 7.-Tyrosine, N-[N* -[(phenylmethoxy)-carbonyl] -i-glutaminyl] -, methyl ester [42222-23-l],56,93 ?-Tyrosine,./V-[N-[jV-[(phenylmethoxy)-carbonyl] glycyl] glycyl] -, methyl ester [14317-81-8], 56, 93
i-Tyrosine, A'-(trinuoroacetyl)- [350-10-7],
56, 122
Undecane, 3-methyl-, 55, 112 Undecanoicacid, 11-bromo- [2834-05-1],
58, 98, 100, 101 Undecanoic acid, 11-hydroxy-, lactone [1725-03-7],58, 98, 100 ^-2-UNDECENE,55, 103, 111 /2^-2-Undecene, 55, 109
7,-Valine, N-[N* -[(phenylmethoxy)car-
bonyl] -Z,-glutaminyl] methyl ester [14317-84-1 ],56,93 Z-Valine, TV-(trifluoroacetyl)- [349-00-8],
56, 125
p-Xylene, a-chloro- [104-82-5], 58, 38, 42
2,6-Xylenol [576-26-1], 58, 26, 31
Zinc chloride [7646-85-7], 56, 11
Volume 58 1978
William A. Sheppard, Editor-in-Chief
George H. Buchi Satoru Masamune
Orville L. Chapman Gabriel Saucy
Robert M. Coates Dieter Seebach
Carl R. Johnson Martin F. Semmelhack
Robert V. Stevens
Wayland E. Noland, Secretary to the Board Department of Chemistry, University of Minnesota,
207 Pleasant St. S.E., Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455
C. F. . Allen John R. Johnson
Richard T. Arnold William S. Johnson
Henry E. Baumgarten N. J. Leonard
Richard E. Benson . C. McKusick
. . Blatt C. S. Marvel
Virgil Boekelheide Wataru Nagata
Ronald Breslow Melvin S. Newman
Arnold Brossi C. R. Noller
T. L. Cairns Charles C. Price
James Cason Norman Rabjohn
E. J. Corey John D. Roberts
William G. Dauben R. S. Schreiber
William D. Emmons John C. Sheehan
Albert Eschenmoser Ralph L. Shriner
R. . Fuson . R. Snyder
Henry Gilman Max Tishler
. .. Horning Kenneth B. Wiberg
Herbert O. House Peter Yates
Robert . Ireland
Roger Adams Homer Adkins Werner E. Bachmann Wallace H. Carothers
H. T. Clarke J. B. Conant Arthur C. Cope Nathan L. Drake
L F. Fieser Cliff S. Hamilton W. W. Hartman Oliver Kamm W. E. Parham Lee Irvin Smith Frank . Whitmore
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Both common and systematic names of compounds are used throughout this volume, depending on which the Editor-in-Chief feels is more appropriate. Preparations appear in alphabetical order of names of the synthetic procedures. To group preparations of common interest, titles have been adapted for appropriate alphabetical listing. The Chemical Abstracts indexing name for each title compound, if it differs from the title name, is given as a subtitle. Systematic Chemical Abstracts Nomenclature is provided for both the 8th and 9th Collective Indexes in an appendix at the end of each preparation. Registry numbers, which are useful in computer searching and identification, are also provided in these appendixes. Whenever two names are concurrently in use, and one name is the correct Chemical Abstracts name, that name is adopted. For example, both diethyl ether and ethyl ether are normally used. Since ethyl ether is the established Chemical Abstracts name for the 8th Collective Index, it has been used in this volume. The 9th Collective Index name is l,l'-oxybisethane which the Editors consider too cumbersome. The prefix n- is deleted from n-alkanes and -alkyls. All reported dimensions are now expressed in Systeme International units.
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