New PDF release: Enones: Volume 2 (1989)

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ISBN-13: 9780470772225

ISBN-10: 0471922897

ISBN-13: 9780471922896

Content:
Chapter 14 Enone electrochemistry (pages 599–622): R. Daniel Little and Manuel M. Baizer
Chapter 15 The photochemistry of enones (pages 623–756): David I. Schuster
Chapter sixteen Radiation chemistry of enones (pages 757–780): P. Neta and M. Dizdaroglu
Chapter 17 The oxygenation of enones (pages 721–921): Aryeh A. Frimer
Chapter 18 aid of ?, ??unsaturated carbonyl compounds (pages 923–1022): Ehud Keinan and Noam Greenspoon
Chapter 19 Organometallic derivatives of ?, ??unsaturated enones (pages 1023–1062): James A. S. Howell
Chapter 20 Dienols (enolization of enones) (pages 1063–1087): Brian Capon
Chapter 21 uneven synthesis with chiral enones (pages 1089–1132): Michael R. Peel and Carl R. Johnson
Chapter 22 Dimerization and polymerization of enones within the fluid and stable states (pages 1133–1176): Charis R. Theocharis

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