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Hetarenes IV (Six and Higher-membered Ring Systems with Two or More Heteroatoms): v. b2 - Methods in Organic Chemistry S. v. E9 (Hardback)
  • Hetarenes IV (Six and Higher-membered Ring Systems with Two or More Heteroatoms): v. b2 - Methods in Organic Chemistry S. v. E9 (Hardback)
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Hetarenes IV (Six and Higher-membered Ring Systems with Two or More Heteroatoms): v. b2 - Methods in Organic Chemistry S. v. E9 (Hardback)

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This second of five volumes covers the chemistry of six-membered hetarenes, with two or more heteroatoms (oxygen, sulfur, nitrogen) which are treated in the order as given by the IUPAC priority rules. However, compounds with an annulated (hetero)-aromatic ring are covered following, in each case, the parent monocycle. Moreover, all types of larger hetero-rings with maximum unsaturation are included. The "Methods in Organic Chemistry" series is designed as a resource for the synthetic chemist, providing handbooks for preparative methods in organic chemistry organized according to the class of compound or functional group to be synthesized. It gives the synthetic chemist and pharmacist a rational overview of important preparative methods for various classes of compounds. The preparative significance of the methods is critically evaluated and the scope of application carefully designed and illustrated in detail. International in scope, the series presents a rational overview of the important preparative methods for all classes of compounds. The reader is enabled to inform him or herself, acquire suggestions for syntheses and find practical solutions for their problems without time-consuming and extensive research. To ensure that all chemists are able to benefit, the procedures and tables are presented in internationally recognized terms and symbols. All studies, whether from the USA, the Commonwealth of Independent States or any other country, are carefully considered and meticulously reported.

Publisher: Thieme Publishing Group
ISBN: 9783131119247
Number of pages: 560
Edition: 4th Revised edition

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