By Alan R. Katritzky (Ed.)
(from preface)Volume forty three of Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry consists of six chapters by means of a world set of authors. David Hewitt (Australia) offers us with the 1st to be had complete overview of heterocyclic 6-membered jewelry containing phosphorus and nitrogen as heteroatoms: the azophosphorins.Chapters 2 and three, either authored by means of Wilhelm Flitsch (Federal Republic of Germany), deal, respectively, with the chemistry of the azaazulenes (not formerly lined seeing that 1958) and of hydrogenated porphyrins, a category of accelerating significance in biochemical approaches. The reactivity of ring-nitrogen atoms in azines towards electrophiles is roofed via M. R. Grimmett (New Zealand) and B. R. T. Keene (England) in bankruptcy 4.The longest bankruptcy of this quantity, authored through Roger Gallo and Christian Roussel (France) and Ulf Berg (Sweden), supplies a entire account of the quantitative therapy of steric results in hcteroaromatic compounds—a topic that has been complicated considerably by way of those authors. eventually, V. N. Charushin and O. N. Chupakhin (USSR) and H. С van der Plas (The Netherlands) overview reactions of azines with bifunctional nucleophiles.
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Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry, Vol. 43 by Alan R. Katritzky (Ed.)