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Second supplement to volume 1 Aliphatic compounds. Part C, Monocarbonyl derivatives of aliphatic hydrocarbons, their analogues and derivatives

Author: D W Anderson; et al
Publisher: Amsterdam [etc.] : Elsevier, 1992.
Series: Second Supplements to the 2nd edition of Rodd's chemistry of carbon compounds : a modern comprehensive treatise / edited by Malcolm Sainsbury
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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In this second sub-volume the carbonyl compounds in their various forms are updated from 1972, a year before the first supplement was published. All salient new discoveries in this diverse subject  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: D W Anderson; et al
ISBN: 0444897585 9780444897589
OCLC Number: 439395867
Description: 387 str. : graf. prikazi ; 23 cm.
Contents: 8a. Aliphatic Carbonyl Compounds: Aliphatic Aldehydes (A. Furstner, H. Weidmann). Introduction. Syntheses with reduction of the number of carbon atoms. Synthesis with retention of the number of carbon atoms. Syntheses with extension by one carbon atom. Syntheses with extension by two carbon atoms. Syntheses with extension by three carbon atoms. Syntheses with extension by four or more carbon atoms. 8b. Aliphatic Ketones (D.J. Simmonds). Introduction. Saturated ketones. Unsaturated ketones. 9a. Monobasic Aliphatic Saturated Acids (J. Bergman). Introduction. Saturated monocarboxylic acids. Functional derivatives of carboxylic acids. Thiocarboxylic acids. Halogen substituted products of carboxylic acids. Ortho esters. 9b. Unsaturated Monobasic Acids (R.B. Miller). Introduction. Synthesis of unsaturated acids. Biological studies of unsaturated monobasic fatty acids. Individual unsaturated monobasic acids. 10. Carbon Monoxide and its Derivatives, Carbonic Acid and its Derivatives (I.G.C. Coutts). Reactions of carbon monoxide without transition-metal catalysis. Reactions of carbon monoxide with transition-metal catalysis. Metal carbonyls. Isocyanides, isonitriles. Carbonic acid and derivatives. Carbonic acid diesters, carbonates. Chloroformic esters (carbonochloridates). Carbonic acid halides. Sulphur analogues of carbonic acid derivatives. Dithiocarbonic O, S-acid, xanthic acid. Carbamic acid esters, carbamates. Orthocarbonic acid esters. 11. Carbamates and their allies (D.W. Anderson). Carbamates. Urea and its derivatives. Guanidine and its derivatives. Isocyanates and derivatives. Carbodiimide and its derivatives. Guide to the Index. Index.
Series Title: Second Supplements to the 2nd edition of Rodd's chemistry of carbon compounds : a modern comprehensive treatise / edited by Malcolm Sainsbury
Other Titles: Rodd's chemistry of carbon compounds.
Aliphatic compounds.
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