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Content material: Foreword, web page ixAbbreviations and emblems, Pages x-xiIntroduction, Pages 1-4II - Graphical abstracts of response numbers, Pages 5-21RXN1 - Cross-Coupling of Organometallics with RX Derivatives, Pages 23-47RXN2 - Cross-Coupling of Organometallics with RCOX Derivatives, Pages 48-52RXN3 - Cross-Coupling of Siloxycyclopropanes with RX and RCOX Derivatives, Pages 53-54RXN4 - Cross-Coupling of Terminal Alkynes with RX Derivatives, Pages 55-60RXN5 - Intermolecular HECK response, Pages 61-71RXN6 - Intramolecular HECK response, Pages 72-79RXN7 - Intramolecular Coupling of Di(Vinyl Halides), Pages 80-81RXN8 - Tandem HECK-Anion seize technique of Alkenes, Alkynes, Allenes and Dienes, Pages 82-85RXN9 - Tandem HECK-Anion seize technique of Norbornene and similar Compounds, Pages 86-88RXN10 - Tandem Arylsulfonation-Cyclization method, Pages 89-90RXN11 - Tandem Cyclization-Anion catch (-Carbonylation) means of Alkenes, Allenes and Alkynes, Pages 91-94RXN12 - Tandem Cyclization-Anion-Capture means of Ene-Vinyl, Ene-Aryl and Ene-Alkyl Halides, Pages 95-98RXN13 - Tandem Cyclization-Anion trap (-Carbonylation) technique of Yne-Vinyl and Yne-Aryl Halides, Pages 99-101RXN14 - Hydroarylation and Hydrovinylation of Alkenes and Alkynes, Pages 102-105RXN15 - relief of Alkenes, Pages 106-107RXN16 - Semihydrogenation of Alkynes and 1,3-Dienes, Pages 108-109RXN17 - Hydroboration, Hydrogermylation, Hydrosilylation and Hydrostannation of Alkynes, Allenes, Dienes and Enynes, Pages 110-112RNX18 - Hydroselenation of Alkynes, Pages 113-114RXN19 - 1,4-Disilylation of Conjugated Enones, Pages 115-116RXN20 - Hydrocarboxylation, Hydrocarboalkoxylation and Hydrocarboamination of Alkenes and Alkynes, Pages 117-119RXN21 - Tandem Carbonylation-Arylation with Alkynes, Pages 120-122RXN22 - 1,2-Dimetallation of Alkynes and Alkenes and similar Reactions, Pages 123-125RXN23 - 1,2-Dimetallation of Isonitriles, Pages 126-127RXN24 - 1,2-Dimetallation of Allenes or 1,3-Dienes, Pages 128-130RXN25 - Coupling of Aryl Derivatives with Alkenes related to a Pd(II) Catalyst, Pages 131-132RXN26 - Homocoupling of Aryl and Vinyl Derivatives, Pages 133-134RXN27 - Codimerization of Alkynes, Pages 135-137RXN28 - Codimerization of Terminal Alkynes with Allenes, Pages 138-139RXN29 - Codimerization of Alkynes and Allyl Halides, Pages 140-142RXN30 - Cyclopropanation of Alkenes and 1,3-Dienes by way of Diazomethane, Pages 143-144RXN31 - Rearrangement of α-Hydroxy Diazo Compounds, Pages 145-146RXN32 - Substitution, Addition and removal on Pro-π-Allyl Substrates, Pages 147-170RXN33 - [3,3]-Sigmatropic Rearrangement and [1,3]-Shift on Allylic Derivatives, Pages 171-174RXN34 - 1,3-Diene Monoepoxide Rearrangement, Pages 175-176RXN35 - Ring Extension of Cyclobutane Derivatives, Pages 177-179RXN36 - [3+2], [3+4], [3+6], [1+2] Cycloadditions, Pages 180-183RXN37 - Intramolecular Ene-Like Reactions, Pages 184-187RXN38 - Cyclization of Hexatrienolate Derivatives, Pages 188-189RXN39 - Amination or Amidation of Alkenes, Pages 190-191RXN40 - Alkoxylation of Alkenes and Alkynes, Pages 192-193RXN41 - Acetalization of Alkenes, Pages 194-195RXN42 - Allylic Acyloxylation of Cycloalkenes, Pages 196-197RXN43 - Tandem Acyloxylation-Cyclization of 1,5-Dienes, Pages 198-199RXN44 - Tandem Acyloxychlorination-Cyclization of 1,6-Dienes, Pages 200-201RXN45 - 1,4-Acyloxychlorination of 1,3-Dienes, Pages 202-203RXN46 - 1,4-Diacyloxylation of 1,3-Dienes and comparable Reactions, Pages 204-205RXN47 - Intramolecular Amination, Alkoxylation or Acyloxylation of Alkynes, Pages 206-207RXN48 - Tandem Intramolecular Amination, Alkoxylation or Acyloxylation-Allylation of Alkynes and Allenes, Pages 208-209RXN49 - Tandem Intramolecular Amination, Alkoxylation or Acyloxylation-Carbonylation of Alkynes, Pages 210-212RXN50 - Intramolecular Amination or Alkoxylation of Alkenes, Pages 213-215RXN51 - Tandem Intramolecular Amination or Alkoxylation-Carbonylation of Alkenes and Allenes, Pages 216-219RXN52 - Reductive Cyclization with Diynes and Enynes, Pages 220-221RXN53 - Cycloisomerization of Diynes and Enynes, Pages 222-225RXN54 - Cycloaddition of Aziridines with Carbodiimides, Pages 226-227RXN55 - Telomerization of 1,3-Dienes with Nucleophiles, Pages 228-231RXN56 - WACKER strategy, Pages 232-234RXN57 - training of Ketones from Alcohols or Derivatives through a β-Hydride removing, Pages 235-237RXN58 - education of α,β-Unsaturated Carbonyl Derivatives through a β-Hydride removal, Pages 238-240RXN59 - instruction of α-Diketones Derivatives through an Oxidative Rearrangement of a Propargyl Acetate, Pages 241-242RXN60 - Carbonylation, Pages 243-252RXN61 - Isomerization of Alkynes, Pages 253-255RXN62 - Addition of Thiols to Alkynes, Pages 256-257RXN63 - instruction of Allylic Acetates from Alkynes by means of Tandem Redox-Addition, Pages 258-259RNX64 - Tandem Cyclization-Capture strategy of Enynes, Pages 260-261RXN65 - Aldol-Like Condensation of Enol Esters with Aldehydes, Pages 262-263RXN66 - Addition of Fluoroalkyl lodides to Alkenes or Alkynes through a Pd(I) Species, Pages 264-265RXN67 - Intermolecular Tandem Carbonylation-Coupling-Cyclization technique of Aryl Halides with Terminal Alkynes, Pages 266-267RXN68 - Intramolecular Coupling of Aryl Halides with Arenes, Pages 268-269RXN69 - Tandem Intramolecular Alkoxylation-Vinylation of Alkenes, Pages 270-271RXN70 - Carbonylative [2+2] Cycloaddition, Pages 272-273RXN71 - Dicarboalkoxylation of Alkenes, Pages 274-275RXN72 - Addition of Pronucleophiles on 1,3-Dienes or Allenes, Pages 276-278RXN73 - Tandem Cycloisomerization-Cycloaddition of Dienynes with 1,3-Dienes through Metallodienes, Pages 279-280RXN74 - Acylcyanation of Terminal Alkynes, Pages 281-282RXN75 - 1,4-Carbochlorination of 1,3-Dienes, Pages 283-284RXN76 - Tandem Chlorination-Cyclization and Tandem Chlorination-Carbonylation-Cyclization of 1,6-Enynes, Pages 285-287RXN77 - Intramolecular Cyclocarbonylation of Alkenes, Pages 288-289RNX78 - Tandem Carbonylation-Cyclization of (Z)-β-lodoenones and comparable response from Aryl lodides and inner Alkynes, Pages 290-291RXN79 - Cross-Coupling of Organometallics with Terminal Alkynes and lodotrimethylsilane, Pages 292-293RXN80 - training of α,β-Unsaturated Carbonyl Derivatives from Enol Silanes, Pages 294-295RXN81 - 1,3-Butadien-2-ylaminocyclization of Allenyl Tosylcarbamates, Pages 296-297RXN82 - Addition of Pronucleophiles on Aldehydes, Pages 298-300RXN83 - Allylation of Pronucleophiles with Allylstannanes, Pages 301-302RXN84 - Cross-Coupling Carbonylation of Aryl lodides with 5-membered Cyclic Olefins, Pages 303-304This web page is deliberately left clean, web page 305
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1 . . 1 . . 1 . . 1 . . 1 ' . . 110 , * 8B 70 60 Fig. 4. 5 0 fPM(b) 44 44 20 PMR spectrum of camphor in CDCl 3' 0 40 J A B E R S . M O S S A A N D M A H M O U D M . A . HASSAN Table 4. PMR C h a r a c t e r i s t i c s o f Camphor Group Methylene a t ( C-2, Chemical s h i f t (ppm) C-4 and C-5 ) . 43 b t and Methine a t C-3 p r o t o n s . 83 s C-10 M e s = singlet ; t = t r i p l e t ; b t = b r o a d t r i p l e t ; rn = m u l t i p l e t . Our assignment o f t h e methyl p r o t o n s s i n g l e t s i s b a s e d on t h e a n i s o t r o p y of t h e c a r b o n y l f u n c t i o n o f camphor.
Camphor wooddisti//ationpost. A . Retod("Koshiki"). Kettk . C. 1st condenser. D . nndcondenser. E . 3rd condenser. E Liebiy condenser. A p e Foor,rerumofdistr'ilatlonwater. ( r o h ~ b r h o nw r r h r p i p c ) . F i g u r e 9. so JABER S. MOSSA AND MAHMOUD M. A . HASSAN 50Y, Crudekmphor (Recovered Camphor) o r “0” Ca (T( p hor 46% campior oil or Bppmduct oil (Dccanphorlzed (Oil) (Sublimcltion) Refined Camphor(2nd class) or “00“ Camphor I (Sublimution and Pressing) Refined Camphor(f St class) O r “A“ Camphor Figure 1 0 .
Kettk . C. 1st condenser. D . nndcondenser. E . 3rd condenser. E Liebiy condenser. A p e Foor,rerumofdistr'ilatlonwater. ( r o h ~ b r h o nw r r h r p i p c ) . F i g u r e 9. so JABER S. MOSSA AND MAHMOUD M. A . HASSAN 50Y, Crudekmphor (Recovered Camphor) o r “0” Ca (T( p hor 46% campior oil or Bppmduct oil (Dccanphorlzed (Oil) (Sublimcltion) Refined Camphor(2nd class) or “00“ Camphor I (Sublimution and Pressing) Refined Camphor(f St class) O r “A“ Camphor Figure 1 0 . 51 CAMPHOR where camphor w i l l sublime i n p u r e s t a t e (56,57).