Amino, Nitrosco and Nitro Compounds and Their Derivatives:

Chapter sixteen Nitro?activated carbon acids (pages 715–729): Edward S. Lewis
Chapter 17 Gas?phase basicity and acidity of amines (pages 731–762): D. okay. Bohme
Chapter 18 exact homes of di? and polyamines (pages 763–803): Roger W. Alder and Richard B. Sessions
Chapter 19 Alkyl nitrate nitrations (pages 805–848): Henry Feuer
Chapter 20 Aminals (pages 849–907): Lucette Duhamel
Chapter 21 Detection and resolution of nitro and nitroso compounds (pages 909–927): Y. Tapuhi and Eli Grushka
Chapter 22 Deaminations (carbon–nitrogen bond cleavages) (pages 929–997): Ronald J. Baumgarten and Veronica A. Curtis
Chapter 23 Chiroptical homes of amino, nitroso and nitro compounds (pages 999–1034): Howard E. Smith
Chapter 24 Thermochemistry of nitro compounds, amines and nitroso compounds (pages 1035–1083): Leslie Batt and Gillian N. Robinson
Chapter 25 Oxidation of amines (pages 1085–1149): David H. Rosenblatt and Elizabeth P. Burrows
Chapter 26 N?Nitrosamines and N?nitrosoimines (pages 1151–1223): Brian C. Challis and Judith A. Challis
Chapter 27 The function of Meisenheimer or ??complexes in nitroarene–base interactions (pages 1225–1260): E. Buncel
Chapter 28 makes use of of isotopically labelled amino, quaternary ammonium and nitro compounds (pages 1261–1312): Peter J. Smith and Kenneth C. Westaway

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