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This volume contains the methods of preparation for more than 500 organic compounds. These compounds were chosen because they were useful as intermediates in organic syntheses, because they were unavailable commercially or were expensive, or because the reaction may be of a type that is important for the synthesis of a compound of similar structure. The book is similar in content and style to "Organic Syntheses," but it contains no duplicate material. The sources from which the details were obtained are given at the beginning of each preparation. Caution statements appear in italics wherever they are necessary. The book contains a molecular formula index, a reaction type index, and a general index.
Preparation of Organic Intermediates. JAMA. 1951;147(11):1088. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670280090037
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