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Conformationally Stable Cyclohexyllithium Compounds

Conformationally Stable Cyclohexyllithium Compounds

Date: January 1968
Creator: Selman, Charles Melvin
Description: Organolitnium compounds have been employed in synthetic worK for many years. However only during the last decade has much progress been made in establishing the mechanistic pathways for the reactions of these compounds.
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Corrosion Inhibition with Quaternary Amines

Corrosion Inhibition with Quaternary Amines

Date: August 1969
Creator: Raiszadeh, Habib
Description: This thesis describes experiments made to test the corrosion inhibition of quaternary amines on steel.
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The Coupling Mechanism in the Organolithium-Organic Monofluoride Reaction

The Coupling Mechanism in the Organolithium-Organic Monofluoride Reaction

Date: May 1964
Creator: Carl, William P.
Description: In this work, the principal concern will be with the coupling reaction and it is anticipated that the other reactions referred to above will be considered further when products of the RX-R'Li reactions are discussed.
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The Crystal and Molecular Structures of Tri-(p-Fluorophenyl)-Amine and Tri-(p-Iodophenyl)-Amine

The Crystal and Molecular Structures of Tri-(p-Fluorophenyl)-Amine and Tri-(p-Iodophenyl)-Amine

Date: January 1970
Creator: Freeman, Gerald R. (Gerald Richard)
Description: Because of the need for data on the geometry of nitrogen in arylamines, the determination of the crystal and molecular structures of tri-(p-fluorophenyl)-amine (TFPA) and tri-(p-iodophenyl)-amine (TIPA) was undertaken as the subject of this dissertation.
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Cycloadditions of Dichloroketene

Cycloadditions of Dichloroketene

Date: June 1967
Creator: Waters, Oralee Hurst
Description: An investigation of the cycloaddition behavior of dichloroketene with various types of olefins seemed in order to determine if dichloroketene behaved similarly to dialkylketenes. It was anticipated that a study of this type would indicate the reactivity of dichloroketene to various types of olefinic compounds and thus establish if the ease of cycloaddition with dichloroketene parallels the nucleophilicity of the olefin as it does in dialkylketenes.
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Cycloadditions of Ketenes with Allenes

Cycloadditions of Ketenes with Allenes

Date: August 1973
Creator: Stockton, James David
Description: The principle objective of this study is to conduct a definitive investigation into the cycloaddition of allenes and ketenes, with particular emphasis on halogenated ketenes.
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Derivatives of 1,4-Naphthoquinone and 1,4-Anthraquinone

Derivatives of 1,4-Naphthoquinone and 1,4-Anthraquinone

Date: August 1959
Creator: Aboytes, Peter
Description: The purpose of this investigation was the synthesis of some 1,4-naphthoquinones and 1,4-anthraquinones. It will be shown that some of these substituted quinones exhibit physiological properties.
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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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The Determination of the Constants in the System of Methyl Alcohol, Acetic Acid, and Water

The Determination of the Constants in the System of Methyl Alcohol, Acetic Acid, and Water

Date: 1940
Creator: Bonner, Virginia Ruth
Description: The purpose of this study is to determine the specific reaction or velocity constants and the equilibrium constant in a system of methyl alcohol and acetic acid, a bimolecular reaction of the second order.
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Determination of the Optimum Concentration of Sulfur Dioxide to be Used in Sweet Potato Dehydration

Determination of the Optimum Concentration of Sulfur Dioxide to be Used in Sweet Potato Dehydration

Date: 1941
Creator: Kearby, Howard Raymond
Description: The object of this paper is to determine the optimum concentration of sulfur dioxide to be used in the commercial dehydration of the sweet potato by this process. Attention has been given to two aspects of the problem, (1) the effect of sulfur dioxide upon the extraction of water from the sweet potato by mechanical means, and (2) the effect of sulfur dioxide upon the stability of the carotene in the sweet potato over a period of several months.
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