By Saul Patai
Double bonds are one of many key sensible teams in natural syntheses. This supplementary quantity bargains with advances in actual natural chemistry, specifically in MS, thermochemistry and photochemistry. purposes contain using double bonds in liquid crystals.
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Supplement A3: The chemistry of double-bonded functional groups by Saul Patai