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Advances in Alicyclic Chemistry: Volume 2

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by Harold Hart
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Advances in Alicyclic Chemistry: Volume 2 by Harold Hart

Advances in Alicyclic Chemistry, Volume 2 brings together numerous research works on the chemistry of alicyclic compound.
This book is composed of three chapters and begins with a description of the Diels-Alder reaction mechanisms, as well as some factors influencing its rate and stereochemistry. The second chapter discusses the preparation, formation, structure, physical properties, and reactions of fulvenes. The third chapter deals with the chemistry of small ring bicyclo alkanes.
This book will prove useful to organic chemists and graduate chemistry students.

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Pages: 284
Size: 24.8 MB
Publisher: Academic Press
Date published:   1968
ISBN: 9781483224213 (DRM-PDF)

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