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Indoles - Sundberg R.J.

Indoles

Author: Sundberg R.J.
Publishers: Academic press
Year of publication: 1996
Number of pages: 95
ISBN 0-12-676945-1
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BEST SYNTHETIC METHODS
Series Editors
A. R. Katritzkv
University of Florida Gainesville, Florida USA
O. Meth-Cohn
University of Sunderland
Sunderland
UK
C. W. Rees
and Technology London, UK
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SUB-SERIES:
KEY SYSTEMS AND FUNCTIONAL GROUPS
Richard J. Sundberg, Indoles, 1996
Series Editor
O. Meth-Cohn
Indoles
R. J. Sundberg
Department of Chemistry University of Virginia
Charlottesville, Virginia 22901, USA
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This book is a guide providing general information concerning its subject matter; it is not a procedural manual. Synthesis is a rapidly changing field. The reader should consult current procedural manuals for state-of-the-art instructions and applicable government safety regulations. The publisher and the author do not accept responsibility for any misuse of this book, including its use as a procedural manual or as a source of specific instructions
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Contents
Contents................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................v
Foreword..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................vii
Preface ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................vni
Detailed Contents..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ix
Chapter 1. Introduction........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1
Chapter 2. Category la Cyclizations........................................................................................................................................................................................................7
Chapter 3. Category lb Cyclizations........................................................................................................................................................................................................27
Chapter 4. Category I с Cyclizations........................................................................................................................................................................................................35
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