By Saul Patai
Chapter 14 Oxiranes (pages 609–681): M. Bartok and ok. L. Lang
Chapter 15 Cyclic ethers (pages 683–720): M. Bartok
Chapter sixteen Dehydration of diols (pages 721–760): M. Bartok and A. Molnar
Chapter 17 Enol ethers—structure, synthesis and reactions (pages 761–820): Peter Fischer
Chapter 18 Oxathiacyclanes: guidance, constitution and reactions (pages 821–858): okay. Pihlaja and P. Pasanen
Chapter 19 Allene oxides and comparable species (pages 859–879): Peter J. Stang
Chapter 20 Advances within the chemistry of acetals, ketals and ortho esters (pages 881–902): R. G. Bergstrom
Chapter 21 The photochemistry of saturated alcohols, ethers and acetals (pages 903–922): Clemens Von Sonntag and Heinz?Peter Schuchmann
Chapter 22 The photolysis of saturated thiols, sulphides and disulphides (pages 923–934): Clemens Von Sonntag and Heinz?Peter Schuchmann
Chapter 23 Radiation chemistry of alcohols and ethers (pages 935–970): Clemens Von Sonntag and Heinz?Peter Schuchmann
Chapter 24 Radiation chemistry of thiols, sulphides and disulphides (pages 971–993): Clemens Von Sonntag and Heinz?Peter Schuchmann
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