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(from preface)The 10th quantity of this serial book contains six chapters, 4 of which take care of the overall chemistry of a particular workforce of heterocyclic compounds: pyridopyrimidines (W. J. Irwin and D. G. Wibberley), benzofuroxans (A. J. Boulton and P. B. Ghosh), isoindolee (J. D. White and M. E. Mann), and pyrylium salts (A. T. Balaban, W. Schroth, and G. Fischer). the remainder chapters are taken with indole Grignard reagents (R. A. Heacock and S. Kasparek) and with cyclic hydroxamic acids (J. B. Bapat, D, St. C. Black, and R. C. Brown).The foreign taste of the booklet is preserved: our participants come from six international locations in 3 continents.We thank the authors and publishers for his or her cooperation which has allowed creation of this quantity in lower than 365 days.
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