Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds: Thiophene and its by Salo Gronowitz
By Salo Gronowitz
Chapter I common dialogue (pages 1–28):
Chapter II organic and Pharmacological task of Thiophene and its Derivatives (pages 29–46): F. F. Blicke
Chapter III Synthesis and actual houses of Thiophene and its Homologs (pages 47–80):
Chapter IV Molecular constitution and Spectroscopy of Thiophene and its Derivatives (pages 81–142): Frank P. Hochgesang
Chapter V components Affecting Substitution Reactions within the Thiophene Nucleus (pages 143–158):
Chapter VI Alkylation, Polymerization, Hydrogenation and Miscellaneous Reactions of Thiophene (pages 159–172):
Chapter VII Halothiophenes and Haloalkylthiophenes (pages 173–218):
Chapter VIII The Nitro? and Aminothiophenes (pages 219–240):
Chapter IX Thiophene Compounds Containing Nitrogen within the part Chain (pages 241–286):
Chapter X Hydroxythiophenes, Thienylalkanols, Alkoxythiophenes, and Thienylalkyl ethers (pages 287–306):
Chapter XI Aldo and Keto Derivatives of Thiophene (pages 307–362):
Chapter XII Carboxy Derivatives of Thiophene (pages 363–416):
Chapter XIII Sulfur Derivatives of Thiophene (pages 417–438):
Chapter XIV steel and Miscellaneous Metalloid Derivatives of Thiophene (pages 439–458):
Chapter XV Synthesis and homes of Di? and Polythienyls and Arylthiophenes. (pages 459–478):
Chapter XVI Selenophene, Tetrahydroselenophene, Tellurophene, and Tetrahydrotellurophen (pages 479–493):
Chapter App Appendix. Laboratory arrangements of Thiophene Compounds (pages 495–514):
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