Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups

Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups

Online ISBN: 9780470682531

DOI: 10.1002/9780470682531

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  1. Acids and Bases
  2. Additions to X = Y
  3. Analytical Methods
  4. APPL
  5. Biological Chemistry
  6. Catalysis
  7. Cation Radicals
  8. Complexes
  9. Dynamics
  10. Electrochemistry
  11. Electrochemistry
  12. Electron Spin Resonance
  13. Environment
  14. Gas Phase Chemistry
  15. History
  16. Hydrogen Bonds
  17. Industrial Chemistry
  18. Intermediates
  19. Isotopes
  20. Mass Spectrometry
  21. Mechanisms of Reactions of Group
  22. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
  23. Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance
  24. Organometallic Derivates
  25. Photochemistry
  26. Photoelectron Spectroscopy
  27. Polymers
  28. Radiation
  29. Radical, Carbenes & Carbenoids
  30. Reactions of the group
  31. Rearrangements
  32. Reduction and Oxidation
  33. Reduction and Oxidation
  34. Spectroscopy
  35. Stereochemistry
  36. Structural Chemistry
  37. Substituent Effects
  38. Synthesis of the group
    1. [1.1.1]Propellanes
    2. 1,1-Bismetallated Species
    3. Acidity of Alkenes and Polyenes
    4. Acidity, Basicity and Complex Formation
    5. Acyl Silanes
    6. Acylphosphonates and their Derivatives
    7. Addition of Organolithium Reagents to Double Bonds
    8. Advances in the Chemistry of Amino and Nitro Compounds
    9. Alkaline and Alkaline Earth Metal-14 Compounds: Preparation, Spectroscopy, Structure and Reactivity
    10. Alkaline and Alkaline Earth Silyl Compounds—Preparation and Structure
    11. Allenyl and Polyenyl Cations
    12. α-Amino-Organolithium Compounds
    13. Arene-Catalyzed Lithiation
    14. Aspects of the Chemistry of Species with Carbon–Polonium Bonds
    15. Aspects of the Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity of Lithium Enolates
    16. Asymmetric Deprotonation with Alkyllithium–(−)-Sparteine
    17. Bicyclo[2.1.0]pentanes and Bicyclo[2.2.0]hexanes
    18. Biological Formation and Reactions of Hydrazo, Azo and Azoxy Groups
    19. Biomimetic Fe(II) Chemistry and Synthetic Studies on Antimalarial and Antitumour Endoperoxides
    20. Biotechnology Reveals New Routes to Synthesis and Structural Control of Silica and Polysilsesquioxanes
    21. Cage Compounds of Heavier Group 14 Elements
    22. Calixarenes
    23. Carbocupration of Alkynes
    24. Carbomagnesiation Reactions
    25. Carbozincation of Alkenes and Alkynes
    26. Catalytic Enantioselective Conjugate Addition and Allylic Alkylation Reactions Using Grignard Reagents
    27. Cation Radicals in the Synthesis and Reactions of Cyclobutanes
    28. Cationic (η6-arene)- and Neutral (η5-cyclohexadienyl)-tricarbonylmanganese Complexes: Synthesis and Reactivity
    29. Chemistry of Compounds with Silicon–Sulphur, Silicon–Selenium and Silicon–Tellurium Bonds
    30. Chemistry of Cubane and Other Prismanes
    31. Chemistry of Ketone Dilithio Dianions
    32. Chiral Lithium Amides in Asymmetric Synthesis
    33. Contemporary Dioxirane Chemistry: Epoxidations, Heteroatom Oxidations and CH Insertions
    34. Contemporary Trends in Dioxetane Chemistry
    35. Coordination Chemistry of Organoselenium and Organotellurium Compounds
    36. Copper-Mediated Cross-Coupling Reactions
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      Cubanes, Fenestranes, Ladderanes, Prismanes, Staffanes and Other Oligocyclobutanoids
    38. Cyclic Polychalcogenide Compounds with Silicon
    39. Cycloaddition to Give Heterocycles
    40. Cyclobutarenes
    41. Cyclopentadienyl Silicon Compounds
    42. Cyclopropanation Mediated by Zinc Organometallics
    43. Cycloproparenes
    44. Cyclopropyl Homoconjugation—Experimental Facts and Interpretations
    45. 1,1-Dihydroperoxides
    46. Directed Metallation of Aromatic Compounds
    47. Displacement and ipso-Substitution in Nitration
    48. Dynamics of the Reorganization Behavior of Organolithium Compounds
    49. Electrophilic Additions to Dienes and Polyenes
    50. Electrophilic Reactions of Phenols
    51. Electrophilic Selenium/Tellurium Reagents: Reactivity and their Contribution to Green Chemistry
    52. Enantioselective Addition of Organozinc Compounds
    53. Fluorinated Cyclobutanes and Their Derivatives
    54. Fluorinated Organocopper Reagents
    55. Fluorinated Organozinc Reagents
    56. Formation of Carbon–Halogen Bonds (Cl, Br, I)
    57. Free and Complexed R3M+ Cations (M = Ge, Sn, Pb)
    58. Functional Groups Containing Selenium and Tellurium in Oxidation States from 3 to 6
    59. Functionalization of Organic Molecules by Xenon Fluorides
    60. Functionalized Organomagnesium Compounds: Synthesis and Reactivity
    61. Functionalized Organozinc Compounds
    62. Gold-Catalyzed and Gold-Mediated Synthesis of Heterocycles
    63. Gold-Catalyzed Benzannulations
    64. Gold–Thiol Self-Assembled Monolayers
    65. Group 14 Metalloles, Ionic Species and Coordination Compounds
    66. Halonium Ions
    67. Heterocycles from Hydroxylamines and Hydroxamic Acids
    68. Highly Reactive Small-Ring Monosilacycles and Medium-Ring Oligosilacycles
    69. Highly Unsaturated Cyclobutane Derivatives
    70. Hydrogen-Bonded Complexes of Phenols
    71. Hydroxylamine Analogs and Derivatives of Amino Acids. Aminooxy Acids
    72. Hydroxylamine, Oxime and Hydroxamic Acid Derivatives of Nucleic Acids
    73. Hypervalent Compounds of Organic Germanium, Tin and Lead Derivatives
    74. Hypervalent Derivatives of Selenium and Tellurium
    75. Hypervalent Silicon Compounds
    76. Intramolecular Carbolithiation Reactions
    77. Intramolecular Cyclization of Dienes and Polyenes
    78. Iron-Catalyzed Reactions of Grignard Reagents
    79. Iron-Mediated Asymmetric Synthesis
    80. Lithium Carbenoids
    81. Long-Lived Cyclopropylcarbinyl Cations
    82. Manufacture and Uses of the Anilines: A Vast Array of Processes and Products
    83. Matrix Isolation Studies of Silicon Compounds
    84. Metal Catalysed Cyclopropanation
    85. Metal Enolates as Synthons in Organic Chemistry
    86. Multiply Bonded Germanium, Tin and Lead Compounds
    87. N-Functionalized Organocuprates
    88. N-Heteroatom-Substituted Hydroxamic Esters
    89. N-Hydroxylamines for Peptide Synthesis
    90. Natural and Biomimetic Hydroxamic Acid Based Siderophores
    91. Nitrosomethanides and their Acids: Synthesis, Structure and Bonding
    92. Nucleophilic Additions to Dienes, Enynes and Polyenes
    93. Organic Compounds Containing Bonds between Se or Te with P, As, Sb and Bi
    94. Organic Conductors Containing Selenium and Tellurium
    95. Organic Diselenides, Ditellurides, Polyselenides and Polytellurides. Synthesis and Reactions
    96. Organic Selenocyanates, Tellurocyanates and Related Compounds
    97. Organolithiums as Useful Synthetic Intermediates for Tandem Reactions
    98. Organomagnesium-Group 15- and Organomagnesium-Group 16-Bonded Complexes
    99. Organometallic Complexes of Dienes and Polyenes
    100. Organometallic Derivatives
    101. Organometallic Derivatives of Cyclopropanes and their Reactions
    102. Organoselenium and Organotellurium Oxidation and Reduction
    103. Organosilicon Derivatives of Fullerenes
    104. Organosilicon Halides—Synthesis and Properties
    105. Oxidation of Dienes and Polyenes
    106. Oxidation of Phenols
    107. Palladium- or Nickel-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reactions with Organozincs and Related Organometals
    108. Peroxynitrogen: A Study of Nitrogen/Oxygen Heterocycles with N[BOND]O and O[BOND]O or N[BOND]O[BOND]O Bonding
    109. Phenols as Antioxidants
    110. Phosphorus Derivatives of Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids
    111. Photochemical Transformations Involving Magnesium Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines
    112. Photochemical Transformations Involving Zinc Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines
    113. Photochemistry of Cyclobutanes: Synthesis and Reactivity
    114. Polar Effects in Decomposition of Peroxidic Compounds and Related Reactions
    115. Polyhedral Silicon Compounds
    116. Polylithium Organic Compounds: Syntheses and Selected Molecular Structures
    117. Polymers Based on Phenols
    118. Polysilanes: Conformations, Chromotropism and Conductivity
    119. Polysilanols
    120. Positive Halogen Compounds
    121. Preparation and Reactivity of Magnesium Enolates
    122. Preparation and Reactivity of Organomanganese Compounds
    123. Preparative Uses of Organoselenium and Organotellurium Compounds
    124. Properties and Reactions of Phosphonic and Phosphinic Acids and their Derivatives
    125. Properties, Structure and Reactivity of Cobaloximes
    126. Proton Sponges
    127. Pyrolysis of Organic Halides
    128. Reactivity of Oxiranes with Organolithium Reagents
    129. Rearrangements of Anilines and Their Derivatives
    130. Rearrangements of Organolithium Compounds
    131. Rearrangements of Organozinc Compounds
    132. Recent Advances in Synthesis of Cyclopropanes
    133. Recent Advances in the Chemistry of Cyclopolysilanes
    134. Recent Advances in the Chemistry of Silicon–Heteroatom Multiple Bonds
    135. Recent Advances in the Chemistry of Siloxane Polymers and Copolymers
    136. Recent Advances in the Direct Process
    137. Recent Advances in the Insertion and Extrusion Reactions of Selenium and Tellurium in Organic Compounds
    138. Recent Advances in the Organic Chemistry of Astatine
    139. Recent Developments in the Chemistry of Compounds with Silicon–Nitrogen Bonds
    140. Recent Synthetic Applications of Organosilicon Reagents
    141. S- Nitroso Compounds, Formation, Reactions and Biological Activity
    142. Selective Formation of Allylic Hydroperoxides via Singlet Oxygen ene Reaction
    143. Selenium and Tellurium (1,2,3)-Oxygen-containing Acids and Derivatives
    144. Selenium and Tellurium Heterocycles
    145. Silatranes and their Tricyclic Analogs
    146. Silicon and Germanium Peroxides
    147. Silicon–Carbon and Silicon–Nitrogen Multiply Bonded Compounds
    148. Silyl and Stannyl Derivatives of Organocopper Compounds
    149. Silyl Radicals
    150. Silyl-Substituted Carbocations
    151. Silylenes
    152. Solvent-Free Photosynthesis of Cyclobutanes: Photodimerization of Crystalline Olefins
    153. Spiroannulated Cyclopropanes
    154. Stereochemistry and Conformation of Organogermanium, Organotin and Organolead Compounds
    155. Stereoselective Reactions of Organoselenium Reagents Including Catalysis
    156. Strained Olefins
    157. Structural Effects on Dienes and Polyenes
    158. Structure and Properties of d8 Metal–Dithiolene Complexes
    159. Sulfur and Phosphorus Peroxides
    160. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Compounds Containing C[DOUBLE BOND]C, C[DOUBLE BOND]O or C[DOUBLE BOND]N Groups
    161. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Compounds of Silver and Gold
    162. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Dienes and Polyenes
    163. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Organic Derivatives of Ge, Sn and Pb
    164. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Organic Halides
    165. Synthesis and Reactions of Allenylzinc Reagents
    166. Synthesis and Reactions of Hydrazo, Azo and Azoxy Compounds
    167. Synthesis and Transformation of Radialenes
    168. Synthesis and Uses of Organogold Compounds
    169. Synthesis and Uses of Organosilver Compounds
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      Synthesis of Anilines
    171. Synthesis of Biologically Relevant Small Molecules Containing Selenium. Part A. Antioxidant Compounds
    172. Synthesis of Biologically Relevant Small Molecules Containing Selenium. Part B. Anti-infective and Anticancer Compounds
    173. Synthesis of Biologically Relevant Small Molecules Containing Selenium. Part C. Miscellaneous Biological Activities
    174. Synthesis of Conjugated Dienes and Polyenes
    175. Synthesis of Cyclic Peroxides
    176. Synthesis of Hydroxylamines
    177. Synthesis of M(IV) Organometallic Compounds, where M = Ge, Sn, Pb
    178. Synthesis of Metal Enolato Complexes
    179. Synthesis of Multiply Bonded Phosphorus Compounds Using Silylphosphines and Silylphosphides
    180. Synthesis of Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids
    181. Synthesis of Selenium and Tellurium Ylides and Carbanions. Application to Organic Synthesis
    182. Synthesis, Structure and Reactions of Organometallic Derivatives of Oximes
    183. Synthetic Applications of Allylsilanes and Vinylsilanes
    184. Synthetic Uses of Peroxides
    185. Synthetic Uses of Phenols
    186. Tautomeric Equilibria and Rearrangements Involving Phenols
    187. The Chemistry of Acyllithium Derivatives
    188. The Chemistry of Bis-Aluminated Compounds
    189. The Chemistry of Magnesium Carbenoids
    190. The Chemistry of Manganese Enolates
    191. The Chemistry of Metal Ynolates
    192. The Chemistry of NO- and HNO-Producing Diazeniumdiolates
    193. The Chemistry of Organomagnesium Ate Complexes
    194. The Chemistry of Organozincate Compounds
    195. The Chemistry of Zinc Enolates
    196. The Effect of Pressure on Reactions of Dienes and Polyenes
    197. The Formation of the C[BOND]F Bond: The Last Twelve Years
    198. The Lithium Metal Reduction of π-Conjugated Hydrocarbons and Fullerenes
    199. The Photochemistry of Dienes and Polyenes: Application to the Synthesis of Complex Molecules
    200. The Preparation and Properties of Tervalent Phosphorus Acid Derivatives
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      The Preparation of Organolithium Reagents and Intermediates
    202. The Synthesis and Reactions of Thio- and Seleno-Phosphonic and -Phosphinic Acids
    203. The Synthesis and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Amino and Quaternary Ammonium Salts
    204. The Synthesis of Functionalized Phosphinic and Phosphonic Acids and their Derivatives. Part A: Halo, Hydroxy, Epoxy, Mercapto, Carboxy and Oxo Functionalized Acids
    205. The Synthesis of Functionalized Phosphinic and Phosphonic Acids and their Derivatives. Part B: Diazo, Nitro and Amino Functionalized Acids
    206. The Synthesis of Phosphonic and Phosphinic Acids and their Derivatives: Non-Functionalized Acids
    207. The Thiocarbonyl Group
    208. Transient Phenoxyl Radicals: Formation and Properties in Aqueous Solutions
    209. Transition Metal Complexes of Germanium, Tin and Lead
    210. Transition Metal Peroxides. Synthesis and Role in Oxidation Reactions
    211. Transition-Metal Silyl Complexes
    212. Transmetalation Reactions Producing Organocopper Compounds
    213. Trichlorogermane, a New Superacid in Organic Chemistry
    214. Tris(trimethylsilyl)silane in Organic Synthesis
    215. Unsaturated Three-Membered Rings of Heavier Group 14 Elements
    216. Vinyl Selenides
    217. Vinylic Tellurides
    218. [1.1.1]Propellanes
    219. 1,1-Bismetallated Species
    220. Acidity of Alkenes and Polyenes
    221. Acidity, Basicity and Complex Formation
    222. Acyl Silanes
    223. Acylphosphonates and their Derivatives
    224. Addition of Organolithium Reagents to Double Bonds
    225. Advances in the Chemistry of Amino and Nitro Compounds
    226. Alkaline and Alkaline Earth Metal-14 Compounds: Preparation, Spectroscopy, Structure and Reactivity
    227. Alkaline and Alkaline Earth Silyl Compounds—Preparation and Structure
    228. Allenyl and Polyenyl Cations
    229. α-Amino-Organolithium Compounds
    230. Arene-Catalyzed Lithiation
    231. Aspects of the Chemistry of Species with Carbon–Polonium Bonds
    232. Aspects of the Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity of Lithium Enolates
    233. Asymmetric Deprotonation with Alkyllithium–(−)-Sparteine
    234. Bicyclo[2.1.0]pentanes and Bicyclo[2.2.0]hexanes
    235. Biological Formation and Reactions of Hydrazo, Azo and Azoxy Groups
    236. Biomimetic Fe(II) Chemistry and Synthetic Studies on Antimalarial and Antitumour Endoperoxides
    237. Biotechnology Reveals New Routes to Synthesis and Structural Control of Silica and Polysilsesquioxanes
    238. Cage Compounds of Heavier Group 14 Elements
    239. Calixarenes
    240. Carbocupration of Alkynes
    241. Carbomagnesiation Reactions
    242. Carbozincation of Alkenes and Alkynes
    243. Catalytic Enantioselective Conjugate Addition and Allylic Alkylation Reactions Using Grignard Reagents
    244. Cation Radicals in the Synthesis and Reactions of Cyclobutanes
    245. Cationic (η6-arene)- and Neutral (η5-cyclohexadienyl)-tricarbonylmanganese Complexes: Synthesis and Reactivity
    246. Chemistry of Compounds with Silicon–Sulphur, Silicon–Selenium and Silicon–Tellurium Bonds
    247. Chemistry of Cubane and Other Prismanes
    248. Chemistry of Ketone Dilithio Dianions
    249. Chiral Lithium Amides in Asymmetric Synthesis
    250. Contemporary Dioxirane Chemistry: Epoxidations, Heteroatom Oxidations and CH Insertions
    251. Contemporary Trends in Dioxetane Chemistry
    252. Coordination Chemistry of Organoselenium and Organotellurium Compounds
    253. Copper-Mediated Cross-Coupling Reactions
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      Cubanes, Fenestranes, Ladderanes, Prismanes, Staffanes and Other Oligocyclobutanoids
    255. Cyclic Polychalcogenide Compounds with Silicon
    256. Cycloaddition to Give Heterocycles
    257. Cyclobutarenes
    258. Cyclopentadienyl Silicon Compounds
    259. Cyclopropanation Mediated by Zinc Organometallics
    260. Cycloproparenes
    261. Cyclopropyl Homoconjugation—Experimental Facts and Interpretations
    262. 1,1-Dihydroperoxides
    263. Directed Metallation of Aromatic Compounds
    264. Displacement and ipso-Substitution in Nitration
    265. Dynamics of the Reorganization Behavior of Organolithium Compounds
    266. Electrophilic Additions to Dienes and Polyenes
    267. Electrophilic Reactions of Phenols
    268. Electrophilic Selenium/Tellurium Reagents: Reactivity and their Contribution to Green Chemistry
    269. Enantioselective Addition of Organozinc Compounds
    270. Fluorinated Cyclobutanes and Their Derivatives
    271. Fluorinated Organocopper Reagents
    272. Fluorinated Organozinc Reagents
    273. Formation of Carbon–Halogen Bonds (Cl, Br, I)
    274. Free and Complexed R3M+ Cations (M = Ge, Sn, Pb)
    275. Functional Groups Containing Selenium and Tellurium in Oxidation States from 3 to 6
    276. Functionalization of Organic Molecules by Xenon Fluorides
    277. Functionalized Organomagnesium Compounds: Synthesis and Reactivity
    278. Functionalized Organozinc Compounds
    279. Gold-Catalyzed and Gold-Mediated Synthesis of Heterocycles
    280. Gold-Catalyzed Benzannulations
    281. Gold–Thiol Self-Assembled Monolayers
    282. Group 14 Metalloles, Ionic Species and Coordination Compounds
    283. Halonium Ions
    284. Heterocycles from Hydroxylamines and Hydroxamic Acids
    285. Highly Reactive Small-Ring Monosilacycles and Medium-Ring Oligosilacycles
    286. Highly Unsaturated Cyclobutane Derivatives
    287. Hydrogen-Bonded Complexes of Phenols
    288. Hydroxylamine Analogs and Derivatives of Amino Acids. Aminooxy Acids
    289. Hydroxylamine, Oxime and Hydroxamic Acid Derivatives of Nucleic Acids
    290. Hypervalent Compounds of Organic Germanium, Tin and Lead Derivatives
    291. Hypervalent Derivatives of Selenium and Tellurium
    292. Hypervalent Silicon Compounds
    293. Intramolecular Carbolithiation Reactions
    294. Intramolecular Cyclization of Dienes and Polyenes
    295. Iron-Catalyzed Reactions of Grignard Reagents
    296. Iron-Mediated Asymmetric Synthesis
    297. Lithium Carbenoids
    298. Long-Lived Cyclopropylcarbinyl Cations
    299. Manufacture and Uses of the Anilines: A Vast Array of Processes and Products
    300. Matrix Isolation Studies of Silicon Compounds
    301. Metal Catalysed Cyclopropanation
    302. Metal Enolates as Synthons in Organic Chemistry
    303. Multiply Bonded Germanium, Tin and Lead Compounds
    304. N-Functionalized Organocuprates
    305. N-Heteroatom-Substituted Hydroxamic Esters
    306. N-Hydroxylamines for Peptide Synthesis
    307. Natural and Biomimetic Hydroxamic Acid Based Siderophores
    308. Nitrosomethanides and their Acids: Synthesis, Structure and Bonding
    309. Nucleophilic Additions to Dienes, Enynes and Polyenes
    310. Organic Compounds Containing Bonds between Se or Te with P, As, Sb and Bi
    311. Organic Conductors Containing Selenium and Tellurium
    312. Organic Diselenides, Ditellurides, Polyselenides and Polytellurides. Synthesis and Reactions
    313. Organic Selenocyanates, Tellurocyanates and Related Compounds
    314. Organolithiums as Useful Synthetic Intermediates for Tandem Reactions
    315. Organomagnesium-Group 15- and Organomagnesium-Group 16-Bonded Complexes
    316. Organometallic Complexes of Dienes and Polyenes
    317. Organometallic Derivatives
    318. Organometallic Derivatives of Cyclopropanes and their Reactions
    319. Organoselenium and Organotellurium Oxidation and Reduction
    320. Organosilicon Derivatives of Fullerenes
    321. Organosilicon Halides—Synthesis and Properties
    322. Oxidation of Dienes and Polyenes
    323. Oxidation of Phenols
    324. Palladium- or Nickel-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reactions with Organozincs and Related Organometals
    325. Peroxynitrogen: A Study of Nitrogen/Oxygen Heterocycles with N[BOND]O and O[BOND]O or N[BOND]O[BOND]O Bonding
    326. Phenols as Antioxidants
    327. Phosphorus Derivatives of Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids
    328. Photochemical Transformations Involving Magnesium Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines
    329. Photochemical Transformations Involving Zinc Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines
    330. Photochemistry of Cyclobutanes: Synthesis and Reactivity
    331. Polar Effects in Decomposition of Peroxidic Compounds and Related Reactions
    332. Polyhedral Silicon Compounds
    333. Polylithium Organic Compounds: Syntheses and Selected Molecular Structures
    334. Polymers Based on Phenols
    335. Polysilanes: Conformations, Chromotropism and Conductivity
    336. Polysilanols
    337. Positive Halogen Compounds
    338. Preparation and Reactivity of Magnesium Enolates
    339. Preparation and Reactivity of Organomanganese Compounds
    340. Preparative Uses of Organoselenium and Organotellurium Compounds
    341. Properties and Reactions of Phosphonic and Phosphinic Acids and their Derivatives
    342. Properties, Structure and Reactivity of Cobaloximes
    343. Proton Sponges
    344. Pyrolysis of Organic Halides
    345. Reactivity of Oxiranes with Organolithium Reagents
    346. Rearrangements of Anilines and Their Derivatives
    347. Rearrangements of Organolithium Compounds
    348. Rearrangements of Organozinc Compounds
    349. Recent Advances in Synthesis of Cyclopropanes
    350. Recent Advances in the Chemistry of Cyclopolysilanes
    351. Recent Advances in the Chemistry of Silicon–Heteroatom Multiple Bonds
    352. Recent Advances in the Chemistry of Siloxane Polymers and Copolymers
    353. Recent Advances in the Direct Process
    354. Recent Advances in the Insertion and Extrusion Reactions of Selenium and Tellurium in Organic Compounds
    355. Recent Advances in the Organic Chemistry of Astatine
    356. Recent Developments in the Chemistry of Compounds with Silicon–Nitrogen Bonds
    357. Recent Synthetic Applications of Organosilicon Reagents
    358. S- Nitroso Compounds, Formation, Reactions and Biological Activity
    359. Selective Formation of Allylic Hydroperoxides via Singlet Oxygen ene Reaction
    360. Selenium and Tellurium (1,2,3)-Oxygen-containing Acids and Derivatives
    361. Selenium and Tellurium Heterocycles
    362. Silatranes and their Tricyclic Analogs
    363. Silicon and Germanium Peroxides
    364. Silicon–Carbon and Silicon–Nitrogen Multiply Bonded Compounds
    365. Silyl and Stannyl Derivatives of Organocopper Compounds
    366. Silyl Radicals
    367. Silyl-Substituted Carbocations
    368. Silylenes
    369. Solvent-Free Photosynthesis of Cyclobutanes: Photodimerization of Crystalline Olefins
    370. Spiroannulated Cyclopropanes
    371. Stereochemistry and Conformation of Organogermanium, Organotin and Organolead Compounds
    372. Stereoselective Reactions of Organoselenium Reagents Including Catalysis
    373. Strained Olefins
    374. Structural Effects on Dienes and Polyenes
    375. Structure and Properties of d8 Metal–Dithiolene Complexes
    376. Sulfur and Phosphorus Peroxides
    377. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Compounds Containing C[DOUBLE BOND]C, C[DOUBLE BOND]O or C[DOUBLE BOND]N Groups
    378. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Compounds of Silver and Gold
    379. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Dienes and Polyenes
    380. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Organic Derivatives of Ge, Sn and Pb
    381. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Organic Halides
    382. Synthesis and Reactions of Allenylzinc Reagents
    383. Synthesis and Reactions of Hydrazo, Azo and Azoxy Compounds
    384. Synthesis and Transformation of Radialenes
    385. Synthesis and Uses of Organogold Compounds
    386. Synthesis and Uses of Organosilver Compounds
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      Synthesis of Anilines
    388. Synthesis of Biologically Relevant Small Molecules Containing Selenium. Part A. Antioxidant Compounds
    389. Synthesis of Biologically Relevant Small Molecules Containing Selenium. Part B. Anti-infective and Anticancer Compounds
    390. Synthesis of Biologically Relevant Small Molecules Containing Selenium. Part C. Miscellaneous Biological Activities
    391. Synthesis of Conjugated Dienes and Polyenes
    392. Synthesis of Cyclic Peroxides
    393. Synthesis of Hydroxylamines
    394. Synthesis of M(IV) Organometallic Compounds, where M = Ge, Sn, Pb
    395. Synthesis of Metal Enolato Complexes
    396. Synthesis of Multiply Bonded Phosphorus Compounds Using Silylphosphines and Silylphosphides
    397. Synthesis of Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids
    398. Synthesis of Selenium and Tellurium Ylides and Carbanions. Application to Organic Synthesis
    399. Synthesis, Structure and Reactions of Organometallic Derivatives of Oximes
    400. Synthetic Applications of Allylsilanes and Vinylsilanes
    401. Synthetic Uses of Peroxides
    402. Synthetic Uses of Phenols
    403. Tautomeric Equilibria and Rearrangements Involving Phenols
    404. The Chemistry of Acyllithium Derivatives
    405. The Chemistry of Bis-Aluminated Compounds
    406. The Chemistry of Magnesium Carbenoids
    407. The Chemistry of Manganese Enolates
    408. The Chemistry of Metal Ynolates
    409. The Chemistry of NO- and HNO-Producing Diazeniumdiolates
    410. The Chemistry of Organomagnesium Ate Complexes
    411. The Chemistry of Organozincate Compounds
    412. The Chemistry of Zinc Enolates
    413. The Effect of Pressure on Reactions of Dienes and Polyenes
    414. The Formation of the C[BOND]F Bond: The Last Twelve Years
    415. The Lithium Metal Reduction of π-Conjugated Hydrocarbons and Fullerenes
    416. The Photochemistry of Dienes and Polyenes: Application to the Synthesis of Complex Molecules
    417. The Preparation and Properties of Tervalent Phosphorus Acid Derivatives
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      The Preparation of Organolithium Reagents and Intermediates
    419. The Synthesis and Reactions of Thio- and Seleno-Phosphonic and -Phosphinic Acids
    420. The Synthesis and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Amino and Quaternary Ammonium Salts
    421. The Synthesis of Functionalized Phosphinic and Phosphonic Acids and their Derivatives. Part A: Halo, Hydroxy, Epoxy, Mercapto, Carboxy and Oxo Functionalized Acids
    422. The Synthesis of Functionalized Phosphinic and Phosphonic Acids and their Derivatives. Part B: Diazo, Nitro and Amino Functionalized Acids
    423. The Synthesis of Phosphonic and Phosphinic Acids and their Derivatives: Non-Functionalized Acids
    424. The Thiocarbonyl Group
    425. Transient Phenoxyl Radicals: Formation and Properties in Aqueous Solutions
    426. Transition Metal Complexes of Germanium, Tin and Lead
    427. Transition Metal Peroxides. Synthesis and Role in Oxidation Reactions
    428. Transition-Metal Silyl Complexes
    429. Transmetalation Reactions Producing Organocopper Compounds
    430. Trichlorogermane, a New Superacid in Organic Chemistry
    431. Tris(trimethylsilyl)silane in Organic Synthesis
    432. Unsaturated Three-Membered Rings of Heavier Group 14 Elements
    433. Vinyl Selenides
    434. Vinylic Tellurides
    435. [1.1.1]Propellanes
    436. 1,1-Bismetallated Species
    437. Acidity of Alkenes and Polyenes
    438. Acidity, Basicity and Complex Formation
    439. Acyl Silanes
    440. Acylphosphonates and their Derivatives
    441. Addition of Organolithium Reagents to Double Bonds
    442. Advances in the Chemistry of Amino and Nitro Compounds
    443. Alkaline and Alkaline Earth Metal-14 Compounds: Preparation, Spectroscopy, Structure and Reactivity
    444. Alkaline and Alkaline Earth Silyl Compounds—Preparation and Structure
    445. Allenyl and Polyenyl Cations
    446. α-Amino-Organolithium Compounds
    447. Arene-Catalyzed Lithiation
    448. Aspects of the Chemistry of Species with Carbon–Polonium Bonds
    449. Aspects of the Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity of Lithium Enolates
    450. Asymmetric Deprotonation with Alkyllithium–(−)-Sparteine
    451. Bicyclo[2.1.0]pentanes and Bicyclo[2.2.0]hexanes
    452. Biological Formation and Reactions of Hydrazo, Azo and Azoxy Groups
    453. Biomimetic Fe(II) Chemistry and Synthetic Studies on Antimalarial and Antitumour Endoperoxides
    454. Biotechnology Reveals New Routes to Synthesis and Structural Control of Silica and Polysilsesquioxanes
    455. Cage Compounds of Heavier Group 14 Elements
    456. Calixarenes
    457. Carbocupration of Alkynes
    458. Carbomagnesiation Reactions
    459. Carbozincation of Alkenes and Alkynes
    460. Catalytic Enantioselective Conjugate Addition and Allylic Alkylation Reactions Using Grignard Reagents
    461. Cation Radicals in the Synthesis and Reactions of Cyclobutanes
    462. Cationic (η6-arene)- and Neutral (η5-cyclohexadienyl)-tricarbonylmanganese Complexes: Synthesis and Reactivity
    463. Chemistry of Compounds with Silicon–Sulphur, Silicon–Selenium and Silicon–Tellurium Bonds
    464. Chemistry of Cubane and Other Prismanes
    465. Chemistry of Ketone Dilithio Dianions
    466. Chiral Lithium Amides in Asymmetric Synthesis
    467. Contemporary Dioxirane Chemistry: Epoxidations, Heteroatom Oxidations and CH Insertions
    468. Contemporary Trends in Dioxetane Chemistry
    469. Coordination Chemistry of Organoselenium and Organotellurium Compounds
    470. Copper-Mediated Cross-Coupling Reactions
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      Cubanes, Fenestranes, Ladderanes, Prismanes, Staffanes and Other Oligocyclobutanoids
    472. Cyclic Polychalcogenide Compounds with Silicon
    473. Cycloaddition to Give Heterocycles
    474. Cyclobutarenes
    475. Cyclopentadienyl Silicon Compounds
    476. Cyclopropanation Mediated by Zinc Organometallics
    477. Cycloproparenes
    478. Cyclopropyl Homoconjugation—Experimental Facts and Interpretations
    479. 1,1-Dihydroperoxides
    480. Directed Metallation of Aromatic Compounds
    481. Displacement and ipso-Substitution in Nitration
    482. Dynamics of the Reorganization Behavior of Organolithium Compounds
    483. Electrophilic Additions to Dienes and Polyenes
    484. Electrophilic Reactions of Phenols
    485. Electrophilic Selenium/Tellurium Reagents: Reactivity and their Contribution to Green Chemistry
    486. Enantioselective Addition of Organozinc Compounds
    487. Fluorinated Cyclobutanes and Their Derivatives
    488. Fluorinated Organocopper Reagents
    489. Fluorinated Organozinc Reagents
    490. Formation of Carbon–Halogen Bonds (Cl, Br, I)
    491. Free and Complexed R3M+ Cations (M = Ge, Sn, Pb)
    492. Functional Groups Containing Selenium and Tellurium in Oxidation States from 3 to 6
    493. Functionalization of Organic Molecules by Xenon Fluorides
    494. Functionalized Organomagnesium Compounds: Synthesis and Reactivity
    495. Functionalized Organozinc Compounds
    496. Gold-Catalyzed and Gold-Mediated Synthesis of Heterocycles
    497. Gold-Catalyzed Benzannulations
    498. Gold–Thiol Self-Assembled Monolayers
    499. Group 14 Metalloles, Ionic Species and Coordination Compounds
    500. Halonium Ions
    501. Heterocycles from Hydroxylamines and Hydroxamic Acids
    502. Highly Reactive Small-Ring Monosilacycles and Medium-Ring Oligosilacycles
    503. Highly Unsaturated Cyclobutane Derivatives
    504. Hydrogen-Bonded Complexes of Phenols
    505. Hydroxylamine Analogs and Derivatives of Amino Acids. Aminooxy Acids
    506. Hydroxylamine, Oxime and Hydroxamic Acid Derivatives of Nucleic Acids
    507. Hypervalent Compounds of Organic Germanium, Tin and Lead Derivatives
    508. Hypervalent Derivatives of Selenium and Tellurium
    509. Hypervalent Silicon Compounds
    510. Intramolecular Carbolithiation Reactions
    511. Intramolecular Cyclization of Dienes and Polyenes
    512. Iron-Catalyzed Reactions of Grignard Reagents
    513. Iron-Mediated Asymmetric Synthesis
    514. Lithium Carbenoids
    515. Long-Lived Cyclopropylcarbinyl Cations
    516. Manufacture and Uses of the Anilines: A Vast Array of Processes and Products
    517. Matrix Isolation Studies of Silicon Compounds
    518. Metal Catalysed Cyclopropanation
    519. Metal Enolates as Synthons in Organic Chemistry
    520. Multiply Bonded Germanium, Tin and Lead Compounds
    521. N-Functionalized Organocuprates
    522. N-Heteroatom-Substituted Hydroxamic Esters
    523. N-Hydroxylamines for Peptide Synthesis
    524. Natural and Biomimetic Hydroxamic Acid Based Siderophores
    525. Nitrosomethanides and their Acids: Synthesis, Structure and Bonding
    526. Nucleophilic Additions to Dienes, Enynes and Polyenes
    527. Organic Compounds Containing Bonds between Se or Te with P, As, Sb and Bi
    528. Organic Conductors Containing Selenium and Tellurium
    529. Organic Diselenides, Ditellurides, Polyselenides and Polytellurides. Synthesis and Reactions
    530. Organic Selenocyanates, Tellurocyanates and Related Compounds
    531. Organolithiums as Useful Synthetic Intermediates for Tandem Reactions
    532. Organomagnesium-Group 15- and Organomagnesium-Group 16-Bonded Complexes
    533. Organometallic Complexes of Dienes and Polyenes
    534. Organometallic Derivatives
    535. Organometallic Derivatives of Cyclopropanes and their Reactions
    536. Organoselenium and Organotellurium Oxidation and Reduction
    537. Organosilicon Derivatives of Fullerenes
    538. Organosilicon Halides—Synthesis and Properties
    539. Oxidation of Dienes and Polyenes
    540. Oxidation of Phenols
    541. Palladium- or Nickel-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reactions with Organozincs and Related Organometals
    542. Peroxynitrogen: A Study of Nitrogen/Oxygen Heterocycles with N[BOND]O and O[BOND]O or N[BOND]O[BOND]O Bonding
    543. Phenols as Antioxidants
    544. Phosphorus Derivatives of Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids
    545. Photochemical Transformations Involving Magnesium Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines
    546. Photochemical Transformations Involving Zinc Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines
    547. Photochemistry of Cyclobutanes: Synthesis and Reactivity
    548. Polar Effects in Decomposition of Peroxidic Compounds and Related Reactions
    549. Polyhedral Silicon Compounds
    550. Polylithium Organic Compounds: Syntheses and Selected Molecular Structures
    551. Polymers Based on Phenols
    552. Polysilanes: Conformations, Chromotropism and Conductivity
    553. Polysilanols
    554. Positive Halogen Compounds
    555. Preparation and Reactivity of Magnesium Enolates
    556. Preparation and Reactivity of Organomanganese Compounds
    557. Preparative Uses of Organoselenium and Organotellurium Compounds
    558. Properties and Reactions of Phosphonic and Phosphinic Acids and their Derivatives
    559. Properties, Structure and Reactivity of Cobaloximes
    560. Proton Sponges
    561. Pyrolysis of Organic Halides
    562. Reactivity of Oxiranes with Organolithium Reagents
    563. Rearrangements of Anilines and Their Derivatives
    564. Rearrangements of Organolithium Compounds
    565. Rearrangements of Organozinc Compounds
    566. Recent Advances in Synthesis of Cyclopropanes
    567. Recent Advances in the Chemistry of Cyclopolysilanes
    568. Recent Advances in the Chemistry of Silicon–Heteroatom Multiple Bonds
    569. Recent Advances in the Chemistry of Siloxane Polymers and Copolymers
    570. Recent Advances in the Direct Process
    571. Recent Advances in the Insertion and Extrusion Reactions of Selenium and Tellurium in Organic Compounds
    572. Recent Advances in the Organic Chemistry of Astatine
    573. Recent Developments in the Chemistry of Compounds with Silicon–Nitrogen Bonds
    574. Recent Synthetic Applications of Organosilicon Reagents
    575. S- Nitroso Compounds, Formation, Reactions and Biological Activity
    576. Selective Formation of Allylic Hydroperoxides via Singlet Oxygen ene Reaction
    577. Selenium and Tellurium (1,2,3)-Oxygen-containing Acids and Derivatives
    578. Selenium and Tellurium Heterocycles
    579. Silatranes and their Tricyclic Analogs
    580. Silicon and Germanium Peroxides
    581. Silicon–Carbon and Silicon–Nitrogen Multiply Bonded Compounds
    582. Silyl and Stannyl Derivatives of Organocopper Compounds
    583. Silyl Radicals
    584. Silyl-Substituted Carbocations
    585. Silylenes
    586. Solvent-Free Photosynthesis of Cyclobutanes: Photodimerization of Crystalline Olefins
    587. Spiroannulated Cyclopropanes
    588. Stereochemistry and Conformation of Organogermanium, Organotin and Organolead Compounds
    589. Stereoselective Reactions of Organoselenium Reagents Including Catalysis
    590. Strained Olefins
    591. Structural Effects on Dienes and Polyenes
    592. Structure and Properties of d8 Metal–Dithiolene Complexes
    593. Sulfur and Phosphorus Peroxides
    594. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Compounds Containing C[DOUBLE BOND]C, C[DOUBLE BOND]O or C[DOUBLE BOND]N Groups
    595. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Compounds of Silver and Gold
    596. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Dienes and Polyenes
    597. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Organic Derivatives of Ge, Sn and Pb
    598. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Organic Halides
    599. Synthesis and Reactions of Allenylzinc Reagents
    600. Synthesis and Reactions of Hydrazo, Azo and Azoxy Compounds
    601. Synthesis and Transformation of Radialenes
    602. Synthesis and Uses of Organogold Compounds
    603. Synthesis and Uses of Organosilver Compounds
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      Synthesis of Anilines
    605. Synthesis of Biologically Relevant Small Molecules Containing Selenium. Part A. Antioxidant Compounds
    606. Synthesis of Biologically Relevant Small Molecules Containing Selenium. Part B. Anti-infective and Anticancer Compounds
    607. Synthesis of Biologically Relevant Small Molecules Containing Selenium. Part C. Miscellaneous Biological Activities
    608. Synthesis of Conjugated Dienes and Polyenes
    609. Synthesis of Cyclic Peroxides
    610. Synthesis of Hydroxylamines
    611. Synthesis of M(IV) Organometallic Compounds, where M = Ge, Sn, Pb
    612. Synthesis of Metal Enolato Complexes
    613. Synthesis of Multiply Bonded Phosphorus Compounds Using Silylphosphines and Silylphosphides
    614. Synthesis of Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids
    615. Synthesis of Selenium and Tellurium Ylides and Carbanions. Application to Organic Synthesis
    616. Synthesis, Structure and Reactions of Organometallic Derivatives of Oximes
    617. Synthetic Applications of Allylsilanes and Vinylsilanes
    618. Synthetic Uses of Peroxides
    619. Synthetic Uses of Phenols
    620. Tautomeric Equilibria and Rearrangements Involving Phenols
    621. The Chemistry of Acyllithium Derivatives
    622. The Chemistry of Bis-Aluminated Compounds
    623. The Chemistry of Magnesium Carbenoids
    624. The Chemistry of Manganese Enolates
    625. The Chemistry of Metal Ynolates
    626. The Chemistry of NO- and HNO-Producing Diazeniumdiolates
    627. The Chemistry of Organomagnesium Ate Complexes
    628. The Chemistry of Organozincate Compounds
    629. The Chemistry of Zinc Enolates
    630. The Effect of Pressure on Reactions of Dienes and Polyenes
    631. The Formation of the C[BOND]F Bond: The Last Twelve Years
    632. The Lithium Metal Reduction of π-Conjugated Hydrocarbons and Fullerenes
    633. The Photochemistry of Dienes and Polyenes: Application to the Synthesis of Complex Molecules
    634. The Preparation and Properties of Tervalent Phosphorus Acid Derivatives
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      The Preparation of Organolithium Reagents and Intermediates
    636. The Synthesis and Reactions of Thio- and Seleno-Phosphonic and -Phosphinic Acids
    637. The Synthesis and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Amino and Quaternary Ammonium Salts
    638. The Synthesis of Functionalized Phosphinic and Phosphonic Acids and their Derivatives. Part A: Halo, Hydroxy, Epoxy, Mercapto, Carboxy and Oxo Functionalized Acids
    639. The Synthesis of Functionalized Phosphinic and Phosphonic Acids and their Derivatives. Part B: Diazo, Nitro and Amino Functionalized Acids
    640. The Synthesis of Phosphonic and Phosphinic Acids and their Derivatives: Non-Functionalized Acids
    641. The Thiocarbonyl Group
    642. Transient Phenoxyl Radicals: Formation and Properties in Aqueous Solutions
    643. Transition Metal Complexes of Germanium, Tin and Lead
    644. Transition Metal Peroxides. Synthesis and Role in Oxidation Reactions
    645. Transition-Metal Silyl Complexes
    646. Transmetalation Reactions Producing Organocopper Compounds
    647. Trichlorogermane, a New Superacid in Organic Chemistry
    648. Tris(trimethylsilyl)silane in Organic Synthesis
    649. Unsaturated Three-Membered Rings of Heavier Group 14 Elements
    650. Vinyl Selenides
    651. Vinylic Tellurides
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  40. Thermochemistry
  41. Toxicology
  42. Transition Metal Compounds
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