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  Partner: UNT Libraries
 Department: Department of Chemistry
 Decade: 1950-1959
 Year: 1951
 Collection: UNT Theses and Dissertations
Barbituric Acids as Anticonvulsants.  IV.  5-Substituted-Mercapto Derivatives of 5-Phenylbarbituric Acids.

Barbituric Acids as Anticonvulsants. IV. 5-Substituted-Mercapto Derivatives of 5-Phenylbarbituric Acids.

Date: 1951
Creator: Shahan, Howard Wayne
Description: This study involves compounds of the barbituric acid series are well known for their use as anesthetics and sedatives.
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A Comparison of the Achievements of Science and Non-Science Majors Enrolled in General Chemistry at North Texas State College

A Comparison of the Achievements of Science and Non-Science Majors Enrolled in General Chemistry at North Texas State College

Date: 1951
Creator: Brogdon, Billie R.
Description: It is the specific purpose of this investigation to determine the difference, if any, in the amount of practical, everyday chemistry learned by the science majors as opposed to the non-science majors enrolled in general chemistry at the North Texas State College during the school year 1950-1951.
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Derivatives of Sulfonamide

Derivatives of Sulfonamide

Date: 1951
Creator: Zachry, David R.
Description: This thesis describes experiments in creating derivatives of sulfonamide. The derivatives were then submitted for testing for anti-tubercular activity.
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Hydantoins as Anticonvulsants. VI. 5-Substituted-Mercapto Derivatives of 5-Phenylhydantoin

Hydantoins as Anticonvulsants. VI. 5-Substituted-Mercapto Derivatives of 5-Phenylhydantoin

Date: 1951
Creator: Wiist, Herbert A.
Description: This thesis describes the process of synthesizing 5-substituted-mercapto derivatives of hydantoin in which the sulfur of the side chain is attached directly to the hydantoin nucleus.
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The Mercury-Sensitized Photochemical Reactions of Isopropyl Benzene and Methylcyclohexane

The Mercury-Sensitized Photochemical Reactions of Isopropyl Benzene and Methylcyclohexane

Date: 1951
Creator: Holland, Walter
Description: This thesis describes the theoretical results of mercury-sensitized photochemical reactions of isopropyl benzene and methylcyclohexane. The reactions are carried out and the results are analyzed.
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