The Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds, since its inception, has been recognized as a cornerstone of heterocyclic chemistry. Each volume attempts to discuss all aspects – properties, synthesis, reactions, physiological and industrial significance – of a specific ring system. To keep the series up-to-date, supplementary volumes covering the recent literature on each individual ring system have been published. Many ring systems (such as pyridines and oxazoles) are treated in distinct books, each consisting of separate volumes or parts dealing with different individual topics. With all authors are recognized authorities, the Chemistry of Heterocyclic Chemistry is considered worldwide as the indispensable resource for organic, bioorganic, and medicinal chemists.
This supplement reflects and emphasizes current research trends. Due to the vast increase in the number and types of individual quinazolines described in recent literature, the author has replaced the myriad classified tables of known quinazolines with a single alphabetical table of simple known quinazolines. To facilitate recovery of any earlier data from the tables in the original volume, a cross-reference has been added (when appropriate) to each individual entry in the new table. Contains an extensive chapter on primary syntheses.
Index to Reviews, Symposia Volumes and Monographs in Organic Chemistry For the Period 1961-1962 aims to help research workers, teachers, and students to locate quickly those current reviews in which they may be interested. The format used in the 1940-1960 Index has been retained. While the 1961-1962 issue stands on its own, it will be most useful in conjunction with the 1940-1960 volume. Complete author and subject indexes are included, with adequate cross-indexing in the latter. While the majority of articles listed is directly on organic chemistry, there are many which border on biochemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry, bacteriology, technological developments, etc. The volume is organized into three parts. Part I contains reviews in journals and periodic publications. Part II presents reviews in symposia, collective volumes, and non-periodical publications. Part III lists monographs on organic chemistry, 1961-1962. Included this volume are a number of articles which deal specifically with hazards in the use of various chemicals, such as perchlorates, peroxides, solvents, insecticides, etc. A selection of articles from the Journal of Chemical Education is provided as well as articles in the International Edition of Angewandte Chemie, published in English.
The Principles of Heterocyclic Chemistry presents a unified account of fundamental heterocyclic chemistry with the emphasis placed on the correlations between the methods of preparation and the properties of the various ring systems. This book opens with an introductory chapter that discusses fundamental concepts of the electronic theory of organic chemistry and the relationship of heterocyclic and carbocyclic aromatic compounds. This is followed by separate chapters on the chemistry of the six-membered ring compounds containing one or more heteroatoms, five-membered ring compounds, three- and four-membered rings, and the physical properties of representative heterocyclic compounds. Each chapter begins with introductory section that surveys the various ring types, gives the systems of nomenclature and numbering, and mentions a few important natural and synthetic compounds. Syntheses starting from aliphatic and carbocyclic compounds are then given. The preparation of one heterocyclic compound from another is considered as a reaction of the starting material. The reactions of aromatic and non-aromatic compounds are discussed separately. This book contains the essential heterocyclic chemistry required by an Undergraduate or Graduate student for his course-work, and it is hoped that it will be found stimulating by many a more senior teacher and researcher.
A Selected List of Approximately 53,400 Titles Based on the Initial Selection Made for the University of California's New Campuses Program and Selected with the Assistance of College Teachers, Librarians, and Other Advisers
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