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Bicyclo (n 1.1) Alkanes and Related Tricyclic Systems
II. Synthetic Methods
IV. Carboxylic Acids
V. Halogen Compounds
VI. Alcohols and Their Derivatives
VIII. Carbonyl Compounds
IX. Tricyclic Systems
X. Concluding Remarks
II. Syntheses of Cyclopropene and Cyclopropene Derivatives
III. Structure of Cyclopropene
IV. Ring Strain and Thermodynamic Properties of Cyclopropenes
V. Spectral Characteristics of Cyclopropenes
VI. Reactions of Cyclopropenes
VII. Cyclopropene Derivatives with Delocalized Ï€-Electron Systems
VIII. Transition Metal Complexes of Cyclopropenes
I. Cyclohexadienones from Cyclohexane Derivatives
II. Cyclohexadienones by Alkylation of Phenols
III. Cyclohexadienones by Halomethylation of Phenols
IV. Cyclohexadienones from Aryloxy Free Radicals
V. Quinols, Quinol Acetates, and Quinol Ethers from Phenols and Cyclohexadienones from Aromatic Hydrocarbons
VI. Cyclohexadienone Derivatives by Nitration and Halogenation of Phenols
VII. Miscellaneous Preparations of Cyclohexadienone Derivatives
VIII. Spectroscopic Properties of Cyclohexadienones
IX. Reduction of Cyclohexadienones
X. Additions of Organometallic Compounds and Michael Reactions
XI. The Dienone-Phenol Rearrangement
XII. Rearrangements of Quinols and Their Derivatives
XIII. Rearrangements of Halomethyl-Substituted Cyclohexadienones
XIV. Diels-Alder Additions to Cyclohexa-2, 4-dienones
XV. Cyclohexadienones with Diazomethane
XVI. Cyclohexadienones in the Claisen Rearrangement
XVII. Cyclohexadienones and Natural Products
XVIII. Photochemistry of Cyclohexadienones
Photochemistry of Tropolones
I. Monocyclic Tropolones
II. Colchicine and Isocolchicine
III. Benztropolone Ethers
I. Theoretical Considerations
II. Bridgehead Carbonium Ions
III. Bridgehead Free Radicals
IV. Bridgehead Carbanions
Advances in Alicyclic Chemistry, Volume 1 brings together numerous research works on the chemistry of alicyclic compounds. This volume is divided into five chapters and begins with an evaluation of the chemistry of small bicyclic systems and cyclopropenes. The subsequent chapters examine the reactions of six- and seven-membered ring cyclohexadiones and tropolones. The final chapter focuses on the theoretical and experimental aspects of bridgehead reactivity. This book will be of value to organic chemists and graduate students.
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- © Academic Press 1966
- 1st January 1966
- Academic Press
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