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1969 conference paper

The Chemistry of Sulfoacetic Acid Derivatives

Presented at the 156th National Meeting, The American Chemical Society.

By: B. Hoogenboom & D. Nelson

Event: 156th National Meeting, The American Chemical Society

Source: NC State University Libraries
Added: July 30, 2021

1969 conference paper

Organolithium Cyclizations of Acetylene Derivatives

Crandall, J. K., & Nelson, D. J. (1969, January). Presented at the 158th National Meeting, The American Chemical Society, Division of Organic Chemistry.

By: J. Crandall & D. Nelson

Event: 158th National Meeting, The American Chemical Society, Division of Organic Chemistry

Source: NC State University Libraries
Added: July 30, 2021

1969 journal article

The reaction of arynes with enamines: A new ring expansion leading to benzocycloheptenone

Tetrahedron Letters, 10(47), 4163–4168.

By: D. Keyton*, G. Griffin*, M. Kuehne* & C. Bayha*

Sources: Crossref, ORCID
Added: July 28, 2021

1969 journal article

Cyclization of acetylenic alkyl radicals

Tetrahedron Letters, 10(21), 1653–1656.

By: J. Crandall* & D. Keyton*

Sources: Crossref, ORCID
Added: July 28, 2021

1969 journal article

Chemistry of sulfoacetic acid derivatives. II. Reactions of phenyl esters and anilides of sulfoacetic acid

The Journal of Organic Chemistry, 34(11), 3414–3420.

By: B. Hoogenboom, M. El-Faghi, S. Fink, E. Hoganson, S. Lindberg, T. Lindell, C. Linn, D. Nelson ...

Sources: Crossref, ORCID
Added: July 28, 2021

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