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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This volume deals with the chemistry of five-membered heterocycles containing at least two nitrogen atoms.
Book · January 2008 with 1 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. This volume deals primarily with the chemistry of aliphatic acids bearing hydroxy, amino, and carbonyl groups (including a second carboxylic function).
Ansell, M. F. & Coffey, S. (1974) v. 1. Aliphatic compounds Also Titled. (1974). v. Aliphatic compounds. pt. A/B. Hydrocarbons; Halogen derivatives; E. Unsaturated acyclic hydrocarbons, trihydric alcohols, their oxidation products and derivatives. Rodd's Chemistry of carbon compounds.
Thus there is more emphasis on reagent chemistry and the control of stereochemistry in synthesis than in the first supplement.
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On the other hand, a chemist looking for the way into a field of study will find within Rodd an outline of the important aspects of that area of chemistry, together with leading references to other works to provide more detailed information. Volume G. Heterocyclic Compounds.
1. Introduction It is clear from the vast amount of structural chemistry carried out on terpenes that they can all be derived from isoprenoid (branched C5) units
1. Introduction It is clear from the vast amount of structural chemistry carried out on terpenes that they can all be derived from isoprenoid (branched C5) units. This was first fully appreciated by Ruzicka who formulated his well-known "isoprene rule" (see L. Ruzicka, A. Eschenmoser and H. Heusser, Experientia, 1953, 9, 357).