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(from preface)Volume thirteen of this serial ebook includes six chapters of which 4 care for normal bills of compound periods: 1-azirines (F. W. Fowler), phenanthridincs (B. R. T. Keene and P. Tissington), tri-thiapentalenes (N. Lozac'h), and heterocyclic fcrrocenes (F. D. Popp and E. B. Moynahan). the opposite chapters are excited by specific elements of the chemistry of teams of heterocycles: the tautomerism of purines (B. Pullman and A. Pullman) and quantitative points of the electrophilic substitution reactions of five-membercd jewelry (G. Marino).
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