Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds: Synthesis of Fused by Gwynn P. Ellis
By Gwynn P. Ellis
Partial desk of contents:
Acetal or Aldehyde and Amine or Carboxamide.
Acylamine and Carboxamide.
Acylamine or Amine and Ether.
Acyl Halide and Ring-Carbon or Ring-Nitrogen.
Aldehyde or Ketone and Ether.
Aldehyde or Ketone and Halogen.
Amine and Azide, Azo or Diazo.
Amine and Carboxylic Acid.
Amine and Enamine or Oxime.
Azide and Azo or Nitro.
Azide or Azo and Methyl or Methylene.
Azide and Ring-Nitrogen.
Carboxamide or Nitrile and Diazonium Salt.
Carboxylic Acid or Its by-product and Halogen.
Carboxylic Acid, Acyl Chloride or Ester and Hydroxy or Ether.
Carboxylic Acid Halide or Ester and Nitrile.
Diazo or Diazonium Salt and Halogen or Methylene.
Enamine and a Non-Carbonyl Group.
Halogen and Ether or Hydroxy.
Halogen and Nitro.
Hydroxy and Ring-Carbon.
Ketone and Lactam Carbonyl.
record of Books and Monographs.
Chapter 1 creation (pages 661–669):
Chapter 2 Acetal or Aldehyde and Amine or Carboxamide (pages 670–674):
Chapter three Acetal and Ring?Carbon or Ring?Nitrogen (pages 675–679):
Chapter four Acylamine and Aldehyde or Ketone (pages 680–682):
Chapter five Acylamine or Carbamate and Amiiie or Hydrazine (pages 683–689):
Chapter 6 Acylamine and Carboxamidc (pages 690–692):
Chapter 7 Acylamine and a Carboxylic Acid by-product (pages 693–696):
Chapter eight Acylamine or Amine and Ether (pages 697–700):
Chapter nine Acylamine, Acylhydrazine, Amine or Isocyanate and Halogen (pages 701–711):
Chapter 10 Acylamine or Amine and Hydroxy (pages 712–725):
Chapter eleven Acylamine or Diazonium Salt and Lactam Carbonyl (pages 726–732):
Chapter 12 Acylamine or Lmine and Methylene or Alkene (pages 733–738):
Chapter thirteen Acylamine or Amine and Nitrile (pages 739–750):
Chapter 14 Acylamine. Amine or Imine and Nitro (pages 751–755):
Chapter 15 Acylamine or Amine and Nitroso or N?Oxide (pages 756–759):
Chapter sixteen Acylamine, Acyloxy, Amine or Hydroxy and Phosphorane (pages 760–766):
Chapter 17 Acylamine or Acylhydrazine and Ring?Carhon (pages 767–774):
Chapter 18 Acylamine or Acylhydrazine and Ring?Nitrogen (pages 775–777):
Chapter 19 Acylamine or Amine and Sulphonamide or Thioureide (pages 778–780):
Chapter 20 Acylamine or Amine and Thiwyanate (pages 781–782):
Chapter 21 Acyl Halide and Ring?Carbon or Ring?Nitrogen (pages 783–785):
Chapter 22 Aldehyde or Ketone and Alkene or Alkyne (pages 786–789):
Chapter 23 Aldehyde or Ketone and Azide or Triazene (pages 790–791):
Chapter 24 Aldehyde or Ketone and Carbamate, Isothiocyanate or Thiourea (pages 792–793):
Chapter 25 Aldehyde or Ketone and Carboxamide or Sulphonamide (pages 794–798):
Chapter 26 Aldehyde or Ketone and Carboxylic Acid or Ester (pages 799–805):
Chapter 27 Aldehyde or Ketone and Ether (pages 806–808):
Chapter 28 Aldehyde or Ketone and Halogen (pages 809–816):
Chapter 29 Aldehyde, Ketone or Lactam Carbonyl and Hydroxy (pages 817–826):
Chapter 30 Aldehyde and Ketone: Dialdehyde or Diketone (pages 827–838):
Chapter 31 Aldehyde or Ketone and Methylene (pages 839–844):
Chapter 32 Aldehyde or Ketone and Nitrile (pages 845–847):
Chapter 33 Aldehyde or Ketone and Nitro, Nitroso or N?Oxide (pages 848–851):
Chapter 34 Aldehyde or different Carbonyl and Phosphorane (pages 852–858):
Chapter 35 Aldehyde or Ketone and Ring?Carbon (pages 859–871):
Chapter 36 Aldehyde, Ketone or Lactam Carbonyl and Ring?Nitrogen (pages 872–883):
Chapter 37 Alkene or Alkyne and Amine, Azide or Nitro (pages 884–890):
Chapter 38 Alkene or Alkyne and Carboxylic Acid or its spinoff (pages 891–892):
Chapter 39 Alkene or Alkyne and Halogen (pages 893–897):
Chapter forty Alkene or Alkyne and Hydroxy or Erher (pages 898–903):
Chapter forty-one Alkene, Methylene or Ring?Carbon and Lactam or Lactone Carbonyl (pages 904–909):
Chapter forty two Alkene or Alkyne and Methylene, Ring?Carbon or Ring?Nitrogen (pages 910–920):
Chapter forty three Amidine and Amine, Carboxylic Acid or its by-product (pages 921–926):
Chapter forty four Amidine and Ring?Carbon or Ring?Nitropen (pages 927–931):
Chapter forty five Amine and Azide, Azo or Diazo (pages 932–934):
Chapter forty six Amine or Phosphorane and Carboxamide (pages 935–939):
Chapter forty seven Amine and Carboxylic Acid (pages 940–945):
Chapter forty eight Amine and Carboxylic Ester (pages 946–956):
Chapter forty nine Amine and Enamine or Oxime (pages 957–958):
Chapter 50 Amine or Diazonium Salt and Hydrizide or Hydrazine (pages 959–963):
Chapter fifty one Amine and Hydrazone or Imine (pages 964–968):
Chapter fifty two Amine and Ketone (pages 969–979):
Chapter fifty three Amine and Ring?Carbon (pages 980–996):
Chapter fifty four Amine and Ring?Nitrogen (pages 997–1014):
Chapter fifty five Azide and Aro or Nitro (pages 1015–1017):
Chapter fifty six Azide or Isocyanate and a Carboxylic Acid spinoff (pages 1018–1019):
Chapter fifty seven Azide or am and Methyl or Methylene (pages 1020–1022):
Chapter fifty eight Azide or Azo and Ring?Carbon (pages 1023–1029):
Chapter fifty nine Azide and Ring?Nitrogen (pages 1030–1032):
Chapter 60 Azo and Carbamate (pages 1033–1034):
Chapter sixty one Carbamate or Ureide and Ring?Carbon or Ring?Nitropen (pages 1035–1039):
Chapter sixty two Carbamate or Carboxamide and one other Carboxylic Acid spinoff (pages 1040–1044):
Chapter sixty three Carboxamide or Nitrile and Diazonium Salt (pages 1045–1046):
Chapter sixty four Carboxamide, Nitrile or Ureide and Hydroxy or Ether (pages 1047–1053):
Chapter sixty five Carboxamide or Nitrile and Ring?Carbon or Ring?Nitrogen (pages 1054–1062):
Chapter sixty six Carboxylic Acid or Its spinoff and Halogen (pages 1063–1072):
Chapter sixty seven Carboxylic Acid or Ester and Hydrazine Ochydroxylamine spinoff (pages 1073–1075):
Chapter sixty eight Carboxylic Acid, Acyl Chloride or Ester and Hydroxy or Ether (pages 1076–1080):
Chapter sixty nine Carboxylic acid spinoff and Lactam Carbonyl, Cyanate or Isocyanate (pages 1081–1085):
Chapter 70 Carboxylic Acid spinoff, Lactam Carbonyl or Isocyanide and Methylene (pages 1086–1093):
Chapter seventy one Carboxylic Acid Halide or Ester and Nitrile (pages 1094–1095):
Chapter seventy two Carboxylic Acid, its spinoff or Lactarn Cirbnyl and Nitro or Ureide (pages 1096–1104):
Chapter seventy three Carboxylic Acid or Ester and Ring?Carbon (pages 1105–1111):
Chapter seventy four carboxylic acid or ester and ring?nitrogen (pages 1112–1117):
Chapter seventy five cArboxylic Acid or its spinoff and a Sulphur?Containing staff (pages 1118–1122):
Chapter seventy six 1,2?Diarnine (pages 1123–1141):
Chapter seventy seven 1,3?, 1,4? or 1,5?Diarnine (pages 1142–1446):
Chapter seventy eight Diazo or Dialonium Salt and Halogen or Methylene (pages 1147–1149):
Chapter seventy nine Diazo or Diazoniurn Salt and Ring?Carbon or Ring?Nitrogen (pages 1150–1157):
Chapter eighty Dicarboxylic Acid or its by-product or Diazide (pages 1158–1162):
Chapter eighty one Dihalogen (pages 1163–1169):
Chapter eighty two Dihydroxy (pages 1170–1176):
Chapter eighty three Dinitriie or Dinitro (pages 1177–1180):
Chapter eighty four Di?Ring?Carbon or Di?Ringnitrogen (pages 1181–1199):
Chapter eighty five Enarnine and Ester or Ketone (pages 1200–1203):
Chapter 86 Enarnine and a Non?Carbonyl staff (pages 1204–1207):
Chapter 87 Ether and Methylene, Ring?Carbon or Ring?Nitrogen (pages 1208–1212):
Chapter 88 Halogen and Ether or Hydroxy (pages 1213–1218):
Chapter 89 Halogen and Lactarn Carbonyl or a Sulphur?Containing workforce (pages 1219–1221):
Chapter ninety Halogen and Merhylene or Ring?Carbon (pages 1222–1232):
Chapter ninety one Halogen and Nitro (pages 1233–1235):
Chapter ninety two Halogen and Ring?Nitrogen (pages 1236–1243):
Chapter ninety three Hydrdzide, Hydrdzine or Hydrazone and Nitro (pages 1244–1246):
Chapter ninety four Hydrazine and Ring?Carbon or Ring?Nitrogen (pages 1247–1259):
Chapter ninety five Hydrazone or Oxirne and Ring?Carbon or Ring?Nitrogen (pages 1260–1266):
Chapter ninety six Hydroxy or Ether and Hydrazone or Oxime (pages 1267–1271):
Chapter ninety seven Hydroxy and Methylene (pages 1272–1275):
Chapter ninety eight Hydroxy and Nitro or Ring?Nitrogen (pages 1276–1279):
Chapter ninety nine Hydroxy and Ring?Carbon (pages 1280–1292):
Chapter a hundred Hydroxy, Ring?Carbon or Ring?Nitrogen and Lrnine or Iminophosphorine (pages 1293–1302):
Chapter one hundred and one Isocyanate and Methylene, Ring?Catbon or Ring?Nitrogen (pages 1303–1306):
Chapter 102 Ketone and Lactarn Carbonyl (pages 1307–1311):
Chapter 103 Methylene and Nitro or Nitroso (pages 1312–1315):
Chapter 104 Methylene and Ring?Carbon or Ring?Nitrogen (pages 1316–1327):
Chapter one zero five Nitro or N?Oxide and Ring?Carbon or Ring?Nitrogen (pages 1328–1334):
Chapter 106 Ring?Carbon or Ring?Sulphur and Ring?Nitrogen (pages 1335–1342):
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