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Molecules, Volume 4, Issue 6 (June 1999), Pages 151-168

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Open AccessArticle Synthesis of N-Phenylpyrrole Carboximides
Molecules 1999, 4(6), 151-158; doi:10.3390/40600151
Received: 1 January 1999 / Accepted: 10 May 1999 / Published: 16 May 1999
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Several N-phenylpyrrole carboximides were synthesised using acyl isocyanates as intermediates. Full article

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Open AccessArticle Synthesis of (3Z)-Dodecenyl-(E)-2-butenoate, the Pheromone of Sweet Potato Weevil
Molecules 1999, 4(6), 159-164; doi:10.3390/40600159
Received: 15 January 1998 / Accepted: 13 May 1999 / Published: 16 May 1999
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A practical synthesis of the title pheromone has been developed. The key feature of the synthesis was the fixation of the required olefin geometry via a cis-selective Wittig reaction and use of commercially available starting materials to prepare the required synthons. Full article

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Open AccessBook Review Principles and Applications of Stereochemistry. By M. North
Molecules 1999, 4(6), 165-168; doi:10.3390/40600165
Received: 16 May 1999 / Published: 30 June 1999
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Stereochemistry is about the shape and change of shape of molecules.[...] Full article

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