By G. W. H. Chesseman, R. F. Cookson
Presents an account of the education, houses, and makes use of of the extra vital bi- and tri-cyclic ring platforms incorporating the pyrazine ring. the 1st 18 chapters survey the advancements within the chemistry of quinoxalines because the visual appeal in 1953 of a prior monograph during this sequence. the following 22 chapters give you the first authoritative reports of the chemistry of such very important similar ring platforms because the pyrrolopyrazines.
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