Progress in Heterocyclic Chemistry - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080370705, 9781483287010

Progress in Heterocyclic Chemistry, Volume 2

1st Edition

A Critical Review of the 1989 Literature Preceded by One Chapter on a Current Heterocyclic Topic

Editors: H. Suschitzky E. F. V. AAA
eBook ISBN: 9781483287010
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 16th February 2016
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Table of Contents

Chapter headings and papers: Oxidation of Five-Membered Ring Heterocycles Containing N and S, R A Aitken et al. Three-Membered Ring Systems, A Padwa & F R Kinder. Four-Membered Ring Systems, J Parrick. Five-Membered Ring Systems. Thiophenes and Se and Te analogs, J B Press & R K Russell. Pyrroles and benzo derivatives, R J Sundberg. Furans and benzo derivatives, C W Bird. With more than one N atom, S A Lang Jr. & C B Ziegler Jr. With N and S (Se) atoms, R Tanaka & I Shinkai. With O and S (Se, Te) atoms, R A Aitken. With O and N atoms, G V Boyd. Six-Membered Ring Systems. Pyridine and benzo derivatives, J G Keay & A R Sherman. Diazines and benzo derivatives, T J Kress & D L Varie. Triazines, tetrazines and fused ring polyaza systems, D T Hurst. With O and/or S atoms, J D Hepworth. Seven-Membered Rings, J M Kane & N P Peet. Eight-Membered and Larger Rings, G R Newkome & C D Weis. Subject index.


Progress in Heterocyclic Chemistry, Volume 2, reports on important original material abstracted from the 1989 literature of heterocyclic chemistry. The chapters are organized according to ring size and the type of heteroatom contained. The text is supported by clear diagrams, references and a subject index.


For organic chemists involved in academic or industrial research as well as graduate students concerned with heterocyclic chemistry.


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@qu:Heterocyclic compounds encompass over 60 per cent of all organic compounds, so even reviewing just one year's (1989) literature on the common ring system is a major task. The authors are therefore to be congratulated on presenting an enormous amount of material in a very concise and readable form... Clearly this book is essential reading for all who have an interest in heterocyclic chemistry. @source:Chemistry & Industry @qu:The chapters are essentially self-organized, but a substantial index is provided as a backup. This book is a useful tool in keeping up with a coplex, highly active, and important part of organic chemistry. @source:Journal of the American Chemical Society Volume 113 Number 7

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H. Suschitzky Editor

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Department of Chemistry and Applied Chemistry, University of Salford, UK

E. F. V. AAA Editor

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Reilly Industries Inc, USA