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Organic Reactions v2

Organic Reactions v2

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Organic Reactions
VOLUME
II
EDITORIAL BOARD
ROGER ADAMS,
Editor-in-Chief
WERNER
E.
BACHMANN JOHN
R.
JOHNSONLOUIS
F.
FIESER
H. R.
SNYDER
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
T. A.
GEISSMANCLIFF
S.
HAMILTONALBERT
L.
HENNE
A. W.
INGERSOLLERNEST
L.
JACKSONWILLIAM
S.
JOHNSONNATHAN KORNBLUMD. STANLEY TARBELL
A. L.
WILDS
THIRD
PRINTING
NEW YORK
JOHN WILEY
&
SONS,
INC.
LONDON:
CHAPMAN & HALL,
LIMITED
 
COPYRIGHT,
1944
BY
ROGER ADAMS
AU Rights ReservedThis book or any part thereof must notbe reproduced in any form withoutthe wntten permission of the publisher.
Third
Printing,
December,
1946
PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OP AMERICA
 
PREFACE TO THE SERIESIn the course of nearly every program ofresearch in organic chemistrythe investigator finds it necessary to use several of the better-knownsynthetio reactions. To discover the optimum conditions for the appli-cation of even the most familiar one to a compound not previously sub-jected to the reaction often requires an extensive search of the litera-
ture;
even then a series of experiments may be necessary. When theresults of the investigation are published, the synthesis, which may haverequired months of work, is usually described without comment. Thebackground of knowledge and experience gained in the literature searchand experimentation is thus lost to those who subsequently have occa-sion to apply the general method. The student of preparative organicchemistry faces similar difficulties. The textbooks and laboratory man-uals furnish numerous examples of the application of various syntheses,but only rarely do they convey an accurate conception of the scope andusefulness of the processes.For many years American organic chemists have discussed these prob-
lems.
The plan of compiling critical discussions of the more importantreactions thus was evolved. The volumes of
Organic Reactions
are collec-tions of about twelve chapters, each devoted to a single reaction, or adefinite phase of a reaction, of wide applicability. The authors have hadexperience with the processes surveyed. The subjects are presented fromthe preparative viewpoint, and particular attention is given to limita-
tions,
interfering influences, effects of structure, and the selection ofexperimental techniques. Each chapter includes several detailed pro-cedures illustrating the significant modifications of the method. Mostof these procedures have been found satisfactory by the author or oneof the editors, but unlike those in
Organic
Syntheses
they have not beensubjected to careful testing in two or more laboratories. When allknown examples of the reaction are not mentioned in the text, tablesare given to list compounds which have been prepared by or subjectedto the reaction. Every effort has been made to include in the tablesall such compounds and references; however, because of the very natureof the reactions discussed and their frequent use as one of the severalsteps of syntheses in which not all of the intermediates have been iso-lated, some instances may well have been missed. Nevertheless, the

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