By A.R. Katritzky
(from preface)This quantity makes an immense contribution to the method of up-dating past volumes that we have got initiated. Seven of the 9 chapters are dedicated to this function and any longer we intend to up-date chapters from 10 to fifteen years after their visual appeal, only if substantial paintings has been conducted within the sector covered.Five chapters were up-dated by means of the authors of the unique chapters that seemed in previous volumes, as follows: Quinazolines, by way of W. L. F. Armarego (the unique bankruptcy seemed in quantity 1), 3-membered earrings with Heteroatoms, by way of E. Schmitz (Volume 2), Physicochemical facets of Purines, through J. H. Lister (Volume 6), Reis-sert Compounds, through F. D. Popp (Volume 9), and Pyridazines, via M. Tiffler and B. Stanovnik (Volume 9).Two different chapters up-date matters coated in previous volumes, yet through diverse authors: Selenium-Nitrogen Heterocycles, through I. Lalezari, A. Shafiee, and M. Yalpani, which up-dates the contribution through Bulka in quantity 2 on Selenazole Chemistry, and Pyrrolizidines, by way of D. J. Robins, which up-dates the contribution by means of Kochetkov and Likhosherstov in quantity 5.Finally, chapters care for considerably new themes: Benzo[c]cin-nolines, by means of J. W. Barton, and 1, 4-Thiazines, through R. J. Stoodley.
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Chupakhin, and I . Ya. Postovskii, K\7im. Geterotsikl. , 561 (1975). K. Lempert and P. Gyulai, Trtruhedron 26, 3443 (1970). 38 [Sec. A W. L . F. l9l The imines 71, in the latter reaction, required a temperature of 125°C for several days to give the 4-methylene-3,4-dihydroquiaazolines (72)in ca. 50% yields. Quinazolines could not be formed in this reaction when both the ortho positions of the N-aryl group were substituted. R Ph Me OH (73) (74) Ring cleavage caused by the addition of Grignard reagents to quinazolin4(3H)-ones has been mentioned earlier (Section TV,C).
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