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Clinical Obesity in Adults and Children, Second Edition
Clinical Obesity in Adults and Children, Second Edition By
2005 | 492 Pages | ISBN: 1405116722 | PDF | 8 MB
Highly Commended in the 2006 British Medical Association Book Awards (Endocrinology)This Second Edition brings together more than 20 internationally recognized experts in the field to provide a timely review of current knowledge. The text remains an invaluable resource for all healthcare professionals involved in the care of patients who are obese.New features of this Second Edition include: Addition of two new co-editors - Professor Bill Dietz, USA and Professor Ian Caterson, Australia Content: Chapter 1 Epidemiology ? Definition and Classification of Obesity (pages 1-11): Jacob C. SeidellChapter 2 Measuring Body Composition in Adults and Children (pages 12-28): Susan Jebb and Jonathan WellsChapter 3 Social Consequences of Obesity (pages 29-45): Rebecca M. Puhl, Kathryn E. Henderson and Kelly D. BrownellChapter 4 Obesity and Culture (pages 46-64): Pippa CraigChapter 5 Energy Balance and Body Weight Homeostasis (pages 65-80): Abdul G. DullooChapter 6 Genes and Obesity (pages 81-92): I. Sadaf FarooqiChapter 7 Fetal and Infant Origins of Obesity (pages 93-101): Mary Barker and David I. W. PhillipsChapter 8 Metabolic Fuels and Obesity: Carbohydrate and Lipid Metabolism in Skeletal Muscle and Adipose Tissue (pages 102-122): Keith N. Frayn and Ellen E. BlaakChapter 9 Energy and Macronutrient Needs in Relation to Substrate Handling in Obesity (pages 123-136): W. Philip T. JamesChapter 10 Biology of Obesity: Eating Behaviour (pages 137-148): John E. Blundell, Graham Finlayson and Jason HalfordChapter 11 Energy Expenditure in Humans: the Influence of Activity, Diet and the Sympathetic Nervous System (pages 149-160): Hamid R. Farshchi, Moira A. Taylor and Ian A. MacdonaldChapter 12 Obesity and Dyslipidaemia: Importance of Body Fat Distribution (pages 161-183): Andre Tchernof and Jean?Pierre DespresChapter 13 Obesity and Disease: Insulin Resistance, Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (pages 184-197): Joseph ProiettoChapter 14 Obesity and Disease: Hormones and Obesity (pages 198-212): Jonathan PinkneyChapter 15 Childhood Obesity: Definition, Classification and Assessment (pages 213-230): Aviva Must and Sarah E. AndersonChapter 16 Childhood Obesity: Consequences and Physical and Psychosocial Complications (pages 231-248): Kate SteinbeckChapter 17 Adult Obesity: Metabolic Syndrome, Diabetes and Non?Alcoholic Steatohepatitis (pages 249-268): Shivani Dewan and John WildingChapter 18 Cardiovascular Consequences of Obesity (pages 269-280): Ian WilcoxChapter 19 Adult Obesity: Fertility (pages 281-295): Stephen Robinson, Stephen Franks and Jasmine LeonceChapter 20 Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (pages 296-315): Brendon J. Yee and Ronald R. GrunsteinChapter 21 An Overview of Obesity Management (pages 317-326): Peter G. Kopelman and Ian D. CatersonChapter 22 Dietary Management of Obesity: Eating Plans (pages 327-349): Janet Franklin and Carolyn SummerbellChapter 23 Behavioural Treatment of Obesity: Achievements and Challenges (pages 350-362): Thomas A. Wadden and Vicki L. ClarkChapter 24 Exercise and Obesity (pages 363-379): Marleen A. van Baak and Wim H.M. SarisChapter 25 Management of Obesity: Pharmacotherapy (pages 380-393): Richard L. AtkinsonChapter 26 The Management of Obesity: Surgery (pages 394-406): Paul E. O'Brien and John B. DixonChapter 27 Weight Loss Maintenance (pages 407-420): Kristina Elfhag and Stephan RossnerChapter 28 Educating and Training Health?Care Professionals (pages 421-427): Peter G. KopelmanChapter 29 Obesity in Asian Populations (pages 429-442): Timothy P. GillChapter 30 Environmental and Policy Approaches: Alternative Methods (pages 443-455): Garry Egger and Anne ThorburnChapter 31 A Comprehensive Approach to Obesity Prevention (pages 456-471): Boyd Swinburn and Colin Bell




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Clinical Endocrine Oncology, Second Edition
Clinical Endocrine Oncology, Second Edition By
2008 | 669 Pages | ISBN: 1405145846 | PDF | 18 MB
A truly comprehensive reference for the management of patients with endocrine cancerThe new edition of Clinical Endocrine Oncology has been fully revised and extended making it the most comprehensive and up-to-date reference available. Written and edited by leading international experts in the field, it sets the standard in multidisciplinary care for patients with endocrine tumors. The book provides specific and detailed guidance on the basic, clinical, investigative and therapeutic processes required for the thorough evaluation of a patient with a tumor in an endocrine organ. The eighty-four chapters are arranged in seven parts:* Endocrine Oncology and Therapeutic Options* Thyroid and Parathyroid Tumors* Pituitary and Hypothalamic Lesions* Adrenal and Gonadal Tumors* Neuroendocrine Tumors and the Clinical Syndromes* Medical Syndromes and Endocrine Neoplasia * Endocrine-responsive Tumors and Female Reproductive Hormone Therapy.This authoritative and practical text will be an invaluable resource for all those working in the field, including endocrinologists, medical oncologists, surgeons, radiation therapists, interventional radiologists, specialist nurses, and clinical scientists.John A.H. Wass is joined in this edition by a new editor, Ian D. Hay, Professor of Medicine and Endocrinology Research at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester, Minnesota, USA.Content: Chapter 1 Structure and Development of the Endocrine System (pages 1-17): John F. MorrisChapter 2 Epidemiology of Endocrine Tumors (pages 18-23): Amanda NicholsonChapter 3 Inherited Cancers, Genes, and Chromosomes (pages 24-31): Emma R. Woodward and Eamonn R. MaherChapter 4 Hormones, Growth Factors, and Tumor Growth (pages 32-40): Andrew G. RenehanChapter 5 Genetic Counseling and Clinical Cancer Genetics (pages 41-48): Lucy SideChapter 6 Prospects for Gene Therapy for Endocrine Malignancies (pages 49-57): Christine Spitzweg, Ian D. Hay and John C. MorrisChapter 7 Tumor Targeting (pages 58-63): Mona Waterhouse and Ashley B. GrossmanChapter 8 Techniques in Radiation Medicine (pages 64-69): P. Nicholas PlowmanChapter 9 Interventional Radiology (pages 70-77): Jane Phillips?Hughes and Philip BoardmanChapter 10 Surgical Management of Endocrine Tumors (pages 78-85): Gustavo G.Fernandez Ranvier and Orlo H. ClarkChapter 11 Endocrine Tumor Markers (pages 86-101): Stefan K.G. GrebeChapter 12 General Management of Cancer Patients (pages 102-107): Marcia HallChapter 13 Assessment of Thyroid Neoplasia (pages 109-115): Kristien Boelaert, Jayne Franklyn and Michael SheppardChapter 14 Thyroid and Parathyroid Imaging (pages 116-123): Conor J. Heaney and Gregory A. WisemanChapter 15 Pathogenesis of Thyroid Cancer (pages 124-129): Jan Zedenius and Theodoros FoukakisChapter 16 Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma (pages 130-142): Ian D. HayChapter 17 Follicular Thyroid Carcinoma (pages 143-154): Manisha H. Shah and Matthew D. RingelChapter 18 Anaplastic Thyroid Carcinoma (pages 155-161): Richard T. KloosChapter 19 Thyroid Lymphoma (pages 162-165): Christopher M. Nutting and Kevin J. HarringtonChapter 20 Radiation?Induced Thyroid Tumors (pages 166-171): David H. Sarne and Arthur SchneiderChapter 21 Parathyroid Adenomas and Hyperplasia (pages 172-179): Bart L. ClarkeChapter 22 Parathyroid Carcinoma (pages 180-184): Goran Akerstrom, Per Hellman and Peyman BjorklundChapter 23 Molecular Pathogenesis of Pituitary Adenomas (pages 185-193): Ines Donangelo and Shlomo MelmedChapter 24 Functional Assessment of the Pituitary (pages 194-199): John S. BevanChapter 25 Imaging of the Pituitary and Hypothalamus (pages 200-214): James V. ByrneChapter 26 Pathology of Tumors of the Pituitary (pages 215-221): Eva Horvath and Kalman KovacsChapter 27 Surgery for Pituitary Tumors (pages 222-230): Simon A. CudlipChapter 28 Pituitary Radiotherapy (pages 231-236): P. Nicholas PlowmanChapter 29 Prolactinomas (pages 237-245): Mary P. Gillam and Mark E. MolitchChapter 30 Acromegaly (pages 246-252): John A.H. WassChapter 31 Cushing's Disease (pages 253-261): John Newell?PriceChapter 32 Non?Functioning Pituitary Adenomas and Gonadotropinomas (pages 262-267): Maarten O. van Aken, Aart Jan van der Lelij and Steven W.J. LambertsChapter 33 Thyrotropinomas (pages 268-273): Paolo Beck?Peccoz and Luca PersaniChapter 34 Pituitary Carcinoma (pages 274-277): Olaf AnsorgeChapter 35 Pituitary Incidentalomas (pages 278-281): Karin BradleyChapter 36 Craniopharyngioma (pages 282-287): Niki KaravitakiChapter 37 Benign Cysts: Rathke's Cleft Cysts, Mucoceles, Arachnoid Cysts, and Dermoid and Epidermoid Cysts (pages 288-292): Niki KaravitakiChapter 38 Hypothalamic Hamartomas and Gangliocytomas (pages 293-297): Lawrence A. FrohmanChapter 39 Cranial Ependymoma (pages 298-301): Silvia Hofer and Michael BradaChapter 40 Perisellar Tumors Including Chordoma, Optic Nerve Glioma, Meningioma, Hemangiopericytoma, and Glomus Tumors (pages 302-309): David Choi and Alan CrockardChapter 41 Pineal Tumors: Germinomas and Non?Germinomatous Germ Cell Tumors (pages 310-317): Frank Saran and Sharon PeoplesChapter 42 Cavernous Sinus Hemangiomas (pages 318-324): Mark E. LinskeyChapter 43 Langerhans' Cell Histiocytosis (pages 325-330): Matthew F. Gorman, Michelle Hermiston and Katherine K. MatthayChapter 44 Pituitary and Hypothalamic Sarcoidosis (pages 331-335): Damian G. Morris and Shern L. ChewChapter 45 Imaging of the Adrenal Glands (pages 337-351): Anju Sahdev and Rodney H. ReznekChapter 46 Pheochromocytoma (pages 352-359): Andrew Solomon and Pierre BoulouxChapter 56 Gestational Trophoblastic Neoplasia (pages 430-434): Tim Crook and Michael J. SecklChapter 47 Peripheral Neuroblastic Tumors (pages 360-369): Bruno De Bernardi, Vito Pistoia, Claudio Gambini and Claudio GranataChapter 48 Primary Hyperaldosteronism (pages 370-377): Mark Sherlock and Paul M. StewartChapter 49 Adrenal Causes of Cushing's Syndrome (pages 378-383): John R. Lindsay and A. Brew AtkinsonChapter 50 Adrenal Incidentalomas (pages 384-389): Maria Verena Cicala, Pierantonio Conton, Anna Patalano and Franco ManteroChapter 51 Androgen?Secreting Tumors (pages 390-395): Quirinius Barnor, Tom R. Kurzawinski and Gerard S. ConwayChapter 52 Functional Ovarian Tumors (pages 396-403): Nia Jane Taylor and Niall Richard MooreChapter 53 Endocrine Aspects of Ovarian Tumors (pages 404-411): John H. Shepherd and Lisa WongChapter 54 Testicular Germ Cell Cancers (pages 412-420): R. Timothy D. OliverChapter 55 Neoplasia and Intersex States (pages 421-429): Sabine E. Hannema and Ieuan A. HughesChapter 57 Classification of Neuroendocrine Tumors (pages 435-442): Adeel Ansari, Karim Meeran and Stephen R. BloomChapter 58 Imaging of Gastrointestinal Neuroendocrine Tumors (pages 443-454): Andrew F. Scarsbrook and Rachel R. PhillipsChapter 59 Insulinomas and Hypoglycemia (pages 455-461): Adrian Vella and F. John ServiceChapter 60 Gastrinomas (Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome) (pages 462-468): Matthew L. White and Gerard M. DohertyChapter 61 VIPomas (pages 469-473): Vian Amber and Stephen R. BloomChapter 62 Glucagonomas (pages 474-478): Niamh M. Martin, Karim Meeran and Stephen R. BloomChapter 63 Somatostatinomas (pages 479-481): John A.H. WassChapter 64 Lung and Thymic Neuroendocrine Tumors (pages 482-487): Dan Granberg and Kjell ObergChapter 65 Carcinoid Syndrome (pages 488-497): Thorvardur R. Halfdanarson and Timothy J. HobdayChapter 66 Appendiceal and Hindgut Carcinoids (pages 498-501): Humphrey J. F. HodgsonChapter 67 Chemotherapy for Neuroendocrine Tumors (pages 502-504): Rebecca L. Bowen and Maurice L. SlevinChapter 68 Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Type 1 (MEN 1) (pages 505-514): Cornelis J.M. Lips, Koen M.A. Dreijerink, Gerlof D. Valk and Jo W.M. HoppenerChapter 69 Medullary Thyroid Carcinoma and Associated Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Type 2 (pages 515-522): Clive S. GrantChapter 70 von Hippel-Lindau Disease (pages 523-527): Shern L. Chew and Eamonn R. MaherChapter 71 Neurofibromatosis Type 1 (pages 528-531): Vincent M. RiccardiChapter 72 Carney Complex (pages 532-536): Constantine A. StratakisChapter 73 McCune-Albright Syndrome (pages 537-544): William F. Schwindinger and Michael A. LevineChapter 74 Cowden Syndrome (pages 545-548): Ingrid Witters and Jean?Pierre FrynsChapter 75 Paraneoplastic Syndromes (pages 549-555): David William RayChapter 76 Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic Hormone Secretion (pages 556-560): Rachel K. Crowley and Chris ThompsonChapter 77 Hypercalcemia of Malignancy (pages 561-566): Gregory R. Mundy, Babatunde Oyajobi, Susan Padalecki and Julie A. SterlingChapter 78 Syndrome of Ectopic ACTH Secretion (pages 567-575): Marie?Laure Raffin?Sanson, Helene Fierrard and Xavier BertagnaChapter 79 Insulin?Like Growth Factors and Tumor Hypoglycemia (pages 576-581): Robert C. BaxterChapter 80 Metastatic and Other Extraneous Neoplasms in Endocrine Organs (pages 582-587): Ian D. BuleyChapter 81 Endocrine Late Effects of Cancer Therapy (pages 588-598): Robert D. MurrayChapter 82 Endocrine?Responsive Tumors: Prostate Cancer (pages 599-608): Sarah Ngan, Ana Arance and Jonathan WaxmanChapter 83 Endocrine Therapy in Breast Cancer Management (pages 609-617): Andrew M. WardleyChapter 84 Female Reproductive Hormone Therapy: Risks and Benefits (pages 618-622): Toral Gathani, Jane Green and Valerie Beral




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Climate and Hydrology in Mountain Areas
Climate and Hydrology in Mountain Areas By
2005 | 331 Pages | ISBN: 0470858141 | PDF | 35 MB
A comprehensive overview ofinteraction ofthe major hydrological and meteorological processes in mountain areas ie Cryosphere and Climatic Change, Snow Melt and Soil Water, Run-off and Floods, Water fluxes and Water Balance, Hydro-meteorological Coupling and Modelling. Each section will reviewrecent research in the field and illustrate key interactions with case studies from mountainous regions in Europe, The Americas and Central Asia.Content: Chapter 1 Alpine Climate Change and Cryospheric Responses: An Introduction (pages 1-4): Roger G. BarryChapter 2 Use of Positive Degree?Day Methods for Calculating Snow and Ice Melting and Discharge in Glacierized Basins in the Langtang Valley, Central Nepal (pages 5-14): Rijan B. Kayastha, Yutaka Ageta and Koji FujitaChapter 3 Surface Energy Balance of High Altitude Glaciers in the Central Andes: The Effect of Snow Penitentes (pages 15-27): Javier G. Corripio and Ross S. PurvesChapter 4 Using Subgrid Parameterisation and a Forest Canopy Climate Model for Improving Forecasts of Snowmelt Runoff (pages 29-44): Ulrich Strasser and Pierre EtcheversChapter 5 Assessment of Snow?Covered Areas Using Air Temperatures During Melt in a Mountainous Basin (pages 45-55): Pratap Singh and Lars BengtssonChapter 6 Permafrost Monitoring in High Mountain Areas Using a Coupled Geophysical and Meteorological Approach (pages 57-71): Christian Hauck, Daniel Vonder Muhll and Martin HoelzleChapter 7 Effects of Frozen Soil on the Groundwater Recharge in Alpine Areas (pages 73-83): Daniel Bayard and Manfred StahliChapter 8 Water Balance in Surface Soil: Analytical Solutions of Flow Equations and Measurements in the Alpine Toce Valley (pages 85-100): Marilena Menziani, Sergio Pugnaghi, Sergio Vincenzi and Renato SantangeloChapter 9 Saturated Hydraulic Conductivity and Water Retention Relationships for Alpine Mountain Soils (pages 101-121): Stefano Barontini, Alberto Clerici, Roberto Ranzi and Baldassare BacchiChapter 10 Water Balance Modeling with Fuzzy Parameterizations: Application to An Alpine Catchment (pages 123-146): Gerald Eder, Hans?Peter Nachtnebel and Murugesu SivapalanChapter 11 Water Relations of an Old?Growth Douglas Fir Stand (pages 147-159): Timothy E. Link, Gerald N. Flerchinger, Mike Unsworth and Danny MarksChapter 12 Comparison of Evapotranspiration and Condensation Measurements between the Giant Mountains and the Alps (pages 161-183): Carmen De Jong, Marco Mundelius and Krzysztof MigalaChapter 13 Climatologic and Hydrologic Coupling in the Ecology of Norwegian High Mountain Catchments (pages 185-214): Jorg Loffler and Ole Ro?lerChapter 14 Runoff and Floods in the Alps: An Overview (pages 215-220): Baldassare Bacchi and Vigilio VilliChapter 15 The Use of Coupled Meteorological and Hydrological Models for Flash Flood Simulation (pages 221-232): Charles A. Lin, Lei Wen, Diane Chaumont and Michel BelandChapter 16 Operational Weather Radar Assessment of Convective Precipitation as an Input to Flood Modelling in Mountainous Basins (pages 233-246): Stefan Uhlenbrook and Doerthe TetzlaffChapter 17 Geomorphological Zoning: An Improvement to Coupling Alpine Hydrology and Meteorology? (pages 247-260): Carmen De Jong, Peter Ergenzinger, Martin Borufka, Arne Kocher and Martin DresenChapter 18 The Influence of Glacier Retreat on Water Yield from High Mountain Areas: Comparison of Alps and Central Asia (pages 261-275): Wilfried Hagg and Ludwig BraunChapter 19 Snowmelt under Different Temperature Increase Scenarios in the Swiss Alps (pages 277-289): Franziska Keller and Stephane GoyetteChapter 20 Climate Variability, Water Resources, and Hydrologic Extremes - Modeling the Water and Energy Budgets (pages 291-306): Osman Yildiz and Ana P. Barros




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CliffsNotes® Praxis I® PPST®, 4th Edition
CliffsNotes® Praxis I®: PPST®, 4th Edition By Jerry Bobrow, Ed Kohn, Joy Mondragon?Gilmore, Jean Eggenschwiler(auth.)
2010 | 392 Pages | ISBN: 0470454547 | PDF | 4 MB
Your guide to a higher score on Praxis I: PPSTWhy CliffsNotes?Go with a name you know and trustGet the information you need-fast!About the Contents:Part I: IntroductionOverview of the testFAQsProven study strategies and test-taking tipsThe computer-based testPart II: Analysis of Exam AreasReadingMathematicsWriting-Multiple-choice and essayPart III: Mathematics ReviewSymbolsTerminologyFormulasArithmeticAlgebraGeometryPart IV: Selective Review of Grammar and Usage Part V: Four Full-Length Practice TestsThree in paper-based formatOne in computer-based formatComplete answers and explanations for all questions Content:




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CliffsNotes® Praxis II® Elementary Education (0011, 0012, 0014) Test Prep
CliffsNotes® Praxis II®: Elementary Education (0011, 0012, 0014) Test Prep By Jocelyn L. Paris, Judy L. Paris(auth.)
2009 | 260 Pages | ISBN: 0470259566 | PDF | 3 MB
The book covers three individual Elementary Education tests, all under the Praxis II series: 0011: Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment test 0012: Content Area Exercises 0014: Content Knowledge The book includes subject review chapters and a full-length practice test for each subject assessment test. Content:




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Classroom Classroom Management In Five Days
Mohamed A. Ansary, "Classroom: Classroom Management In Five Days: The Most Effective Classroom Management Method for Middle and High School Teachers: Find Out the Classroom Management Secrets, Tips & Tricks"
English | 2018 | ASIN: B07JKRGW3Q | EPUB | pages: 93 | 0.4 mb
Classroom: Classroom Management In Five Days




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Cinnolines and Phthalazines Supplement II, Volume 64
Cinnolines and Phthalazines: Supplement II, Volume 64 By Dr. D. J. Brown(auth.), Edward C. Taylor, Peter Wipf, Arnold Weissberger(eds.)
2005 | 492 Pages | ISBN: 047148587X | PDF | 4 MB
This book provides the most comprehensive, current reference on the synthetic chemistry of cinnolines and phthalazines. Applications to the syntheses of natural products and other chiral compounds are described. Volume 64 contains chapters exploring the following topics: * Primary Syntheses of Cinnolines * Cinnoline, Alklycinnolines, and Arylcinnolines * Halogenocinnolines * Oxycinnolines * Thiocinnolines * Nitro-, Amino-, and Related Cinnolines * Cinnolinecarboxylic Acids and Related Derivatives * Primary Syntheses of Phthalazines * Phthalazine, Alklyphthalazines, and Arylphthalazines * Halogenophthalazines * Oxyphthalazines * Thiophthalazines * Phthalazinecarboxylic Acids and Related Derivatives * An Appendix of Tables of Simple Cinnolines and Simple PhthalazinesContent: Chapter 1 Primary Syntheses of Cinnolines (pages 1-32): Chapter 2 Cinnoline, Alkylcinnolines, and Arylcinnolines (H 4, 6, 46; E 1, 18, 300) (pages 33-44): Chapter 3 Halogenocinnolines (H 29; E 121) (pages 45-58): Chapter 4 Oxycinnolines (H 16, 29, 48; E 62, 150, 273) (pages 59-77): Chapter 5 Thiocinnolines (E 170) (pages 79-83): Chapter 6 Nitro?, Amino?, and Related Cinnolines (H 35; E 87, 207) (pages 85-94): Chapter 7 Cinnolinecarboxylic Acids and Related Derivatives (H 11; E 250) (pages 95-108): Chapter 8 Primary Syntheses of Phthalazines (pages 109-171): Chapter 9 Phthalazine, Alkylphthalazines, and Arylphthalazines (H 69, 72; E 324, 338) (pages 173-202): Chapter 10 Halogenophthalazines (H 178; E 514) (pages 203-234): Chapter 11 Oxyphthalazines (H 78, 177; E 364, 375, 445) (pages 235-280): Chapter 12 Thiophthalazines (E 535) (pages 281-290): Chapter 13 Nitro?, Amino?, and Related Phthalazines (H 183; E 560,596) (pages 291-318): Chapter 14 Phthalazinecarboxylic Acids and Related Derivatives (E 638) (pages 319-347):




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Ciba Foundation Symposium 202 - Evolution of Hydrothermal Ecosystems on Earth (And Mars)
Ciba Foundation Symposium 202 - Evolution of Hydrothermal Ecosystems on Earth (And Mars?) By
1996 | 345 Pages | ISBN: 047196509X | PDF | 13 MB
This book explores the possibility that life exists on Mars. It provides an interdisciplinary overview of the early evolution of life in hydrothermal ecosystems on Earth, focusing on the problem of remote sensing and incorporating geological work relevant to the search for evidence of early life on Earth and Mars. It discusses the belief that studying thermal spring deposits as part of this search may be the best opportunity to test whether life on earth is a "unique experiment," or whether there is life elsewhere in the solar system. Content:




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Chromatographic Methods in Clinical Chemistry and Toxicology
Chromatographic Methods in Clinical Chemistry and Toxicology By
2007 | 306 Pages | ISBN: 0470023090 | PDF | 8 MB
This book aims to fill the gap that exists between theoretical treatments of chromatography, and clinical chemistry and toxicology texts, which focus almost exclusively on clinical relevance and applications. Chromatography has a vast array of clinical applications, and though the chromatographic methods were first introduced decades ago, new applications of this technology are being used to explore previously inaccessible frontiers in clinical diagnostics and toxicological testing. An up-to-date book devoted to clinical and toxicological applications of chromatographic methods will serve as an instructional and reference text, useful to students, laboratory technicians, and researchers.Content: Chapter 1 Quality Assurance, Quality Control and Method Validation in Chromatographic Applications (pages 1-14): Michele L. Merves and Bruce A. GoldbergerChapter 2 Liquid Chromatographic?Mass Spectrometric Measurement of Anabolic Steroids (pages 15-32): Don H. Catlin, Yu?Chen Chang, Borislav Starcevic and Caroline K. HattonChapter 3 High?Performance Liquid Chromatography in the Analysis of Active Ingredients in Herbal Nutritional Supplements (pages 33-55): Amitava DasguptaChapter 4 Measurement of Plasma L?DOPA and L?Tyrosine by High?Performance Liquid Chromatography as a Tumor Marker in Melanoma (pages 56-66): Thierry Le Bricon, Sabine Letellier, Konstantin Stoitchkov and Jean?Pierre GarnierChapter 5 Hypersensitive Measurement of Proteins by Capillary Isoelectric Focusing and Liquid Chromatography?Mass Spectrometry (pages 67-86): Feng Zhou and Murray JohnstonChapter 6 Chromatographic Measurement of Transferrin Glycoforms for Detecting Alcohol Abuse and Congenital Disorders of Glycosylation (pages 87-100): Anders HelanderChapter 7 Chromatographic Measurements of Catecholamines and Metanephrines (pages 101-126): Eric C. Y. Chan and Paul C. L. HoChapter 8 Chromatographic Measurement of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) (pages 127-138): Larry A. BroussardChapter 9 Chromatographic Techniques for Measuring Organophosphorus Pesticides (pages 139-169): H. Wollersen and F. MusshoffChapter 10 Chromatographic Analysis of Nerve Agents (pages 170-196): Jeri D. Ropero?MillerChapter 11 History and Pharmacology of ??Hydroxybutyric Acid (pages 197-216): Laureen MarinettiChapter 12 Liquid Chromatography with Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometric Detection for Element Speciation: Clinical and Toxicological Applications (pages 217-273): Katarzyna Wrobel, Kazimierz Wrobel and Joseph A. CarusoChapter 13 Applications of Gas Chromatography?Mass Spectrometry to the Determination of Toxic Metals (pages 274-285): Suresh K. Aggarwal, Robert L. Fitzgerald and David A. Herold




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Christmas - Philosophy for Everyone
Christmas - Philosophy for Everyone By Scott C. Lowe (ed.)
2010 | 244 Pages | ISBN: 144433090X | PDF | 3 MB
From Santa, elves and Ebenezer Scrooge, to the culture wars and virgin birth, Christmas- Philosophy for Everyoneexplores a host of philosophical issues raised by the practices and beliefs surrounding Christmas. Offers thoughtful and humorous philosophical insights into the most widely celebrated holiday in the Western world Contributions come from a wide range of disciplines, including philosophy, theology, religious studies, English literature, cognitive science and moral psychology The essays cover a wide range of Christmas themes, from a defence of the miracle of the virgin birth to the relevance of Christmas to atheists and pagans Content: Chapter 1 Jesus, Mary, and Hume (pages 9-23): Zachary Jurgensen and Jason SouthworthChapter 2 The Virgin Birth (pages 24-35): Victor LyonsChapter 3 Putting the "Yule" Back in "Yuletide" (pages 36-46): Todd PrestonChapter 4 Armed for the War on Christmas (pages 47-58): Scott F. AikenChapter 5 Christmas Mythologies (pages 59-69): Guy Bennett?HunterChapter 6 The Significance of Christmas for Liberal Multiculturalism (pages 70-79): Mark MercerChapter 7 Crummy Commercials and BB Guns (pages 80-90): Erin Haire and Dustin NelsonChapter 8 The Mind of Santa Claus and the Metaphors he Lives by (pages 91-103): William E. Deal and S. WallerChapter 9 Making a List, Checking it Twice (pages 104-113): Richard Hancuff and Noreen O'ConnorChapter 10 You'd Better Watch out... (pages 114-124): Will WilliamsChapter 11 Santa's Sweatshop (pages 125-135): Matthew BrophyChapter 12 Against the Santa Claus Lie (pages 137-150): David Kyle JohnsonChapter 13 Lying to Children about Santa (pages 151-160): Era GavrielidesChapter 14 Putting Claus Back into Christmas (pages 161-171): Steven D. HalesChapter 15 Scrooge Learns it All in One Night (pages 172-182): Dr. Dane ScottChapter 16 Holly Jolly Atheists (pages 183-196): Ruth TallmanChapter 17 Heaven, Hecate, and Hallmark (pages 197-207): Marion G. MasonChapter 18 Festivus and the need for Seasonal Absurdity (pages 208-218): Caleb HoltChapter 19 Common Claus (pages 219-230): Cindy Scheopner




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Christianity and Violence
Lloyd Steffen, "Christianity and Violence "
English | ISBN: 1108796699 | 2021 | 100 pages | PDF | 2 MB
How Christian people have framed the meaning of violence within their faith tradition has been a complex process subject to all manner of historical, cultural, political, ethnic and theological contingencies. As a tradition encompassing widely divergent beliefs and perspectives, Christianity has, over two millennia, adapted to changing cultural and historical circumstances. To grasp the complexity of this tradition and its involvement with violence requires attention to specific elements explored in this Element: the scriptural and institutional sources for violence; the faith commitments and practices that join communities and sanction both resistance to and authorization for violence; and select historical developments that altered the power wielded by Christianity in society, culture and politics. Relevant issues in social psychology and the moral action guides addressing violence affirmed in Christian communities provide a deeper explanation for the motivations that have led to the diverse interpretations of violence avowed in the Christian tradition.




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Chirality in Transition Metal Chemistry Molecules, Supramolecular Assemblies and Materials
Chirality in Transition Metal Chemistry: Molecules, Supramolecular Assemblies and Materials By Hani Amouri, Michel Gruselle(auth.)
2008 | 254 Pages | ISBN: 0470060530 | PDF | 14 MB
Chirality in Transition Metal Chemistry is an essential introduction to this increasingly important field for students and researchers in inorganic chemistry. Emphasising applications and real-world examples, the book begins with an overview of chirality, with a discussion of absolute configurations and system descriptors, physical properties of enantiomers, and principles of resolution and preparation of enantiomers. The subsequent chapters deal with the the specifics of chirality as it applies to transition metals. Some reviews of Chirality in Transition Metal Chemistry "...useful to students taking an advanced undergraduate course and particularly to postgraduates and academics undertaking research in the areas of chiral inorganic supramolecular complexes and materials." Chemistry World, August 2009 "...the book offers an extremely exciting new addition to the study of inorganic chemistry, and should be compulsory reading for students entering their final year of undergraduate studies or starting a Ph.D. in structural inorganic chemistry."Applied Organometallic Chemistry Volume23, Issue5, May 2009 "...In conclusion the book gives a wonderful overview of the topic. It is helpful for anyone entering the field through systematic and detailed introduction of basic information. It was time to publish a new and topical text book covering the important aspect of coordination chemistry. It builds bridges between Inorganic, organic and supramolecular chemistry. I can recommend the book to everybody who is interested in the chemistry of chiral coordination compounds ."Angew. chem. Volume48, Issue18, April 2009About the SeriesChirality in Transition Metal Chemistry is the latest addition to the Wiley Inorganic Chemistry Advanced Textbook series. This series reflects the pivotal role of modern inorganic and physical chemistry in a whole range of emerging areas such as materials chemistry, green chemistry and bioinorganic chemistry, as well as providing a solid grounding in established areas such as solid state chemistry, coordination chemistry, main group chemistry and physical inorganic chemistry.Content: Chapter 1 Introduction (pages 1-5): Chapter 2 Chirality and Enantiomers (pages 7-64): Chapter 3 Some Examples of Chiral Organometallic Complexes and Asymmetric Catalysis (pages 65-97): Chapter 4 Chiral Recognition in Organometallic and Coordination Compounds (pages 99-120): Chapter 5 Chirality in Supramolecular Coordination Compounds (pages 121-177): Chapter 6 Chiral Enantiopure Molecular Materials (pages 179-237):




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China's e-Science Blue Book 2020
China's e-Science Blue Book 2020 by Chinese Academy of Sciences
English | EPUB | 2021 | 513 Pages | ISBN : 9811583412 | 105.5 MB
"China's e-Science Blue Book 2020" has been jointly compiled by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Cyberspace Administration of China, Ministry of Education of the PRC, Ministry of Science and Technology of the PRC, China Association for Science and Technology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, National Natural Science Foundation of China and the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences. It was focusing on the new situation, new progress and new achievements of China's e-Scientific in the past two years.




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Chest Pain Advanced Assessment and Management Skills
Chest Pain: Advanced Assessment and Management Skills By
2007 | 272 Pages | ISBN: 140514422X | PDF | 6 MB
Chest Pain: Advanced Assessment and Management promotes a systematic approach to the assessment and management of patients presenting with chest pain and related undifferentiated symptoms. Specifically, it equips practitioners with the knowledge and clinical skills needed to effectively differentiate and respond to clinical presentations where the primary symptom for seeking healthcare advice involves chest pain. Introductory chapters in section one explore the principles of physical assessment, history taking and differential diagnosis to provide the framework for subsequent chapters, which explore cardiac and non-cardiac causes of chest pain. Section two examines the advanced assessment and overall management of patients with pain in the chest. A range of clinical conditions that trigger chest pain and other related symptoms are covered, including: angina, acute coronary syndromes, pericarditis and myocarditis, aortic dissection, pulmonary embolism, oesophago-gastric disorders, musculoskeletal causes, pulmonary and respiratory causes, coronary heart disease, myocardial infarction, chest pain caused by trauma or cardiac syndrome X, cocaine misuse and Herpes zoster.Content: Chapter 1 Background to the Assessment and Management of Patients with Chest Pain ? Using this Book (pages 1-9): John W. Albarran and Jenny TagneyChapter 2 Coronary Heart Disease, Healthcare Policy and Evolution of Chest Pain Assessment and Management in the UK (pages 10-22): Tom QuinnChapter 3 History Taking (pages 23-32): Jenny TagneyChapter 4 Clinical Examination Skills for Assessing the Patient with Chest Pain (pages 33-53): Jackie YounkerChapter 5 Assessment and Differential Diagnoses in the Patient with Chest Pain (pages 54-67): Jonathan R. BengerChapter 6 Assessing and Managing the Patient with Chest Pain Due to an Acute Coronary Syndrome (pages 71-94): Sarah Green and Jenny TagneyChapter 7 Analysing the Presentation of Women with Chest Pain and Other Symptoms Associated with Coronary Heart Disease and Myocardial Infarction (pages 95-113): John W. AlbarranChapter 8 Assessing and Managing the Patient with Chest Pain Due to either Acute Pericarditis or Myocarditis (pages 114-129): John W. AlbarranChapter 9 Assessing and Managing the Patient with Chest Pain Due to an Aortic Dissection (pages 130-142): Helen CoxChapter 10 Assessing and Managing the Patient with Chest Pain Due to Pulmonary Embolism (pages 143-160): Jan KeenanChapter 11 Assessing and Managing the Patient with Chest Pain Due to Trauma (pages 161-184): Simon Binks and Jonathan R. BengerChapter 12 Assessing and Managing the Patient with Chest Pain Due to Oesophago?Gastric Disorders (pages 185-201): Theresa M.D. Finlay and Jan KeenanChapter 13 Assessing and Managing the Patient with Musculoskeletal Chest Pain (pages 202-214): Rebecca HoskinsChapter 14 Assessing and Managing the Patient with Pulmonary Chest Pain (pages 215-233): Jenny Tagney and Sarah GreenChapter 15 Assessing and Managing the Patient with Chest Pain Due to Cardiac Syndrome X, Cocaine Misuse and Herpes Zoster (pages 234-255): John W. Albarran and Helen Cox




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Chess Strategy Short Games How to Beat Intermediate Chess Players
Chess Strategy Short Games: How to Beat Intermediate Chess Players by Tim Sawyer
English | 2022 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B09WMKVJ4Q | 206 pages | EPUB | 4.17 Mb
This Short Games chess book shows how to win quickly in 10 moves or less. This book is purely for entertainment value. Tim Sawyer illustrates chess strategy from 100 games with 100 diagrams he won vs intermediate players on chess.com. All are 10-minute blitz games in this chess miniatures book.




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Chern on Dispute Boards Practice and Procedure
Chern on Dispute Boards: Practice and Procedure By Cyril Chern(auth.)
2008 | 389 Pages | ISBN: 140517062X | PDF | 3 MB
Dispute boards were first introduced almost 20 years ago. Since then close to $100 billion US dollars worldwide has been spent on construction projects that have used dispute boards. Of these, 98% were constructed without any court battles and of the remaining 2%, the dispute board decisions were upheld by either arbitration and/or the court: a truly impressive record. Yet very little is known about what dispute boards are and how they operate.This book provides the knowledge necessary for those actively involved in dispute board work as well as for those who need to learn the process. Important features of the book include:analysis of the differences between dispute adjudication boards, dispute resolution boards and combined dispute boardsin-depth discussion of both the existing and historical international case law on dispute boards, including its history under the British common law, European civil law and Muslim Shari'ah lawanalysis of the differences between the various major standard forms of dispute board rules - FIDIC, International Chamber of Commerce and DBFederation - along with sample wording to add to or modify these forms as needed.analysis of how referrals are made to dispute boards and sample forms.an in-depth discussion of the ethical requirements relating to dispute board memberscomparison of board selection techniques with guidelines for implementation and recommendations for the partiessample forms for use in establishing a dispute boarddiscussion of site visits, how they should be conducted and sample formsgeneral forms for use in operating a dispute board, form agendas, form reports and their usehow to use a dispute board as a sounding board for grievancesin depth discussion of how to write a decision or recommendation with examples of actual dispute board decisions and recommendationsdisclosure forms, questionnaires for potential board members, and comparison of board member agreements and sample formsa discussion of how to effectively use witnesses and the preparation and presentation of witness statements in dispute board hearingsforms of notice and procedural rules governing the operation of dispute boardsinternational case studies with claims, responses and decisionsanalysis of situations requiring the removal of dispute board members and form agreements for their removaldiscussion of the use of dispute boards in areas other than construction. Content: Chapter 1 The Dispute Board Concept (pages 1-21): Chapter 2 Types of Dispute Boards (pages 22-27): Chapter 3 Legal Basis for Dispute Boards (pages 28-55): Chapter 4 Case Histories (pages 56-64): Chapter 5 Appointing and Establishing a Dispute Board (pages 65-91): Chapter 6 Selection of a Dispute Board (pages 92-131): Chapter 7 Referral to a Dispute Board (pages 132-143): Chapter 8 Elements of a Referral (pages 144-159): Chapter 9 Site Visits (pages 160-184): Chapter 10 The Hearing Process (pages 185-222): Chapter 11 Board Member Conflicts (pages 223-238): Chapter 12 Removal of Board Members (pages 239-245): Chapter 13 Dispute Boards?Use, Training and Current Practice (pages 246-259): Chapter 14 Development Banks (pages 260-270): Chapter 15 Additional Forms (pages 271-299):




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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds Thiophene and its Derivatives, Volume 3
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds: Thiophene and its Derivatives, Volume 3 By
2007 | 540 Pages | ISBN: 047037554X | PDF | 24 MB
Content: Chapter I General Discussion (pages 1-28): Chapter II Biological and Pharmacological Activity of Thiophene and its Derivatives (pages 29-46): F. F. BlickeChapter III Synthesis and Physical Properties of Thiophene and its Homologs (pages 47-80): Chapter IV Molecular Structure and Spectroscopy of Thiophene and its Derivatives (pages 81-142): Frank P. HochgesangChapter V Factors Affecting Substitution Reactions in the Thiophene Nucleus (pages 143-158): Chapter VI Alkylation, Polymerization, Hydrogenation and Miscellaneous Reactions of Thiophene (pages 159-172): Chapter VII Halothiophenes and Haloalkylthiophenes (pages 173-218): Chapter VIII The Nitro? and Aminothiophenes (pages 219-240): Chapter IX Thiophene Compounds Containing Nitrogen in the Side Chain (pages 241-286): Chapter X Hydroxythiophenes, Thienylalkanols, Alkoxythiophenes, and Thienylalkyl ethers (pages 287-306): Chapter XI Aldo and Keto Derivatives of Thiophene (pages 307-362): Chapter XII Carboxy Derivatives of Thiophene (pages 363-416): Chapter XIII Sulfur Derivatives of Thiophene (pages 417-438): Chapter XIV Metal and Miscellaneous Metalloid Derivatives of Thiophene (pages 439-458): Chapter XV Synthesis and Properties of Di? and Polythienyls and Arylthiophenes. (pages 459-478): Chapter XVI Selenophene, Tetrahydroselenophene, Tellurophene, and Tetrahydrotellurophen (pages 479-493): Chapter App Appendix. Laboratory Preparations of Thiophene Compounds (pages 495-514):




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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds Thiazole and its Derivatives, Part Two, Volume 34
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds: Thiazole and its Derivatives, Part Two, Volume 34 By
2007 | 599 Pages | ISBN: 0471041262 | PDF | 11 MB
Aminothiazoles and Their Derivatives (R. Barone et al.). Mercaptothiazoles, Hydroxythiazoles and Their Derivatives (C. Roussel et al.). Subject Index.Content: Chapter VI Aminothiazoles and Their Derivatives (pages 9-368): R. Barone, M. Chanon and R. GalloChapter VII Mercaptothiazoles, Hydroxythiazoles and Their Derivatives (pages 369-560): Christian Roussel, Michel Chanon and Rene Barone




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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds Thiazole and Its Derivatives, Part Three, Volume 34
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds: Thiazole and Its Derivatives, Part Three, Volume 34 By
2007 | 416 Pages | ISBN: 0471041270 | PDF | 10 MB
Mesoionic Thiazoles (M. Begtrup and C. Roussel). Cyanine Dyes Derived from Thiazolium Salts (H. Larive and R. Dennilaule). Selenazole and Derivatives (R. Guglielmetti). Subject and Author Index.Content: Chapter VIII Mesoionic Thiazoles (pages 1-21): Mikael Begtrup and Christian RousselChapter IX Cyanine Dyes Derived from Thiazolium Salts (pages 23-216): Henri Larive and Rene DennilaulerChapter X Selenazole and Derivatives (pages 217-278): Robert J. Guglielmetti




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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds Thiazole and Its Derivatives, Part One, Volume 34
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds: Thiazole and Its Derivatives, Part One, Volume 34 By
2007 | 620 Pages | ISBN: 0471039934 | PDF | 14 MB
Properties and Reactions of Thiazole (J. Metzger and E. Vincent). General Synthetic Methods for Thiazole and Thiazolium Salts (G. Vernin). Alkyl, Aryl, Aralkyl, and Related Thiazole Derivatives (J. Aune et al.). Thiazolecarboxylic Acids, Thiazolecarboxaldehydes, and Thiazolyl Ketones (R. Meyer). Halo and Nitrothiazoles (L. Forlani and P. Todesco). Subject Index.Content: Chapter I Properties and Reactions of Thiazole (pages 5-164): Jacques V. Metzger, Emile?Jean Vincent, Jacques Chouteau and Gilbert MilleChapter II General Synthetic Methods for Thiazole and Thiazolium Salts (pages 165-335): Gaston VerninChapter III Alkyl, Aryl, Aralkyl, and Related Thiazole Derivatives (pages 337-518): Jean Pierre Aune, Henri Jean?Marie Dou and Jacqueline CrousierChapter IV Thiazolecarboxylic Acids, Thiazolecarboxaldehydes, and Thiazolyl Ketones (pages 519-563): Roger MeyerChapter V Halo? and Nitrothiazoles (pages 565-585): L. Forlani and P. E. Todesco




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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds The Pyrimidines, Volume 16
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds: The Pyrimidines, Volume 16 By
2007 | 796 Pages | ISBN: 0470381159 | PDF | 34 MB
Content: Chapter I Introduction to the Pyrimidines (pages 1-30): Chapter II The Principal Synthetic Method (pages 31-81): Chapter III Other Methods of Primary Synthesis (pages 82-115): Chapter IV Pyrimidine and its C?Alkyl and C?Aryl Derivatives (pages 116-137): Chapter V Nitro?, Nitroso?, and Arylazo?Pyrimidines (pages 138-161): Chapter VI Halogenopyrimidines (pages 162-226): Chapter VII Hydroxy? and Alkoxy?Pyrimidines (pages 227-271): Chapter VIII Sulphur?Containing Pyrimidines (pages 272-305): Chapter IX The Aminopyrimidines (pages 306-355): Chapter X The N,?Alkylated Pyrimidines and Pyrimidine?N,?Oxides (pages 356-388): Chapter XI The Pyrimidine Carboxylic Acids and Related Derivatives (pages 389-429): Chapter XII The Reduced Pyrimidines (pages 430-463): Chapter XIII The Ionization and Absorption Spectra of Pyrimidines (pages 464-500):




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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds Pyridine and its Derivatives, Supplement, Part Two, Volume 14
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds: Pyridine and its Derivatives, Supplement, Part Two, Volume 14 By
2007 | 672 Pages | ISBN: 047137914X | PDF | 15 MB
Content: Chapter IV Pyridine?1?Oxides (pages 1-261): R. A. Abramovitch and Elizabeth M. SmithChapter V Alkylpyridines and Arylpyridines (pages 263-406): Ronald G. MicetichChapter VI Halopyridines (pages 407-488): Max M. BoudakainChapter VII Organometallic Compounds of Pyridine (pages 489-621): Harry L. Yale




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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds Pyridine and its Derivatives, Part Two, Volume 14
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds: Pyridine and its Derivatives, Part Two, Volume 14 By
2007 | 582 Pages | ISBN: 0470379502 | PDF | 15 MB
Content: Chapter III Quaternary Pyridinium Compounds (pages 1-95): Elliott N. ShawChapter IV Pyridine N?Oxides (pages 97-153): Elliott N. ShawChapter V Alkylpyridines and Arylpyridines (pages 155-298): Leon E. TenenbaumChapter VI Halopyridines (pages 299-419): Holly E. MertalChapter VII Organometallic Compounds of Pyridine (pages 421-468): Harry L. YaleChapter VIII Nitropvridines and their Reduction Products (Except Amines) (pages 469-545): Renat H. Mizroni




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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds Pyrazoles, Pyrazolines, Pyrazolidines, Indazoles and Condensed Rings, Volume 22
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds: Pyrazoles, Pyrazolines, Pyrazolidines, Indazoles and Condensed Rings, Volume 22 By
2007 | 896 Pages | ISBN: 0470382007 | PDF | 20 MB
Content: Chapter 1 Introduction (page 3): Chapter 2 Tautomerism and Isomerism (pages 4-9): Chapter 3 Syntheses of the Pyrazole Ring (pages 10-64): Chapter 4 General Reactions of Pyrazole Compounds (pages 65-80): Chapter 5 Chemistry of Pyrazole Compounds (pages 81-174): Chapter 6 Introduction (pages 177-179): Chapter 7 Pyrazoline Syntheses (pages 180-208): Chapter 8 Chemistry of the Pyrazolines (pages 209-278): Chapter 9 Pyrazolidine Chemistry (pages 279-285): Chapter 10 Indazoles and Condensed Types (pages 289-382):




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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds Multi-Sulfur and Sulfur and Oxygen Five- and Six-Membered Heterocycles, Part 2, Volume 21
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds: Multi-Sulfur and Sulfur and Oxygen Five- and Six-Membered Heterocycles, Part 2, Volume 21 By
2007 | 810 Pages | ISBN: 0470381965 | PDF | 26 MB
Content: Chapter 6 C2O2S2 Ring Systems (pages 611-625): Chapter 7 C2S4 Ring Systems (pages 626-632): Chapter 8 C3O2S Ring Systems (pages 633-674): Chapter 9 C3OS2 Ring Systems (pages 675-688): Chapter 10 C3S3 Ring Systems (pages 689-773): Chapter 11 C4 OS Ring Systems (pages 774-951): Chapter 12 C4S2 Ring Systems (pages 952-1252): Chapter 13 Ring Systems Containing Selenium and Tellurium (pages 1272-1346):




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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds Heterocyclic Systems with Bridgehead Nitrogen Atoms, Part 2, Volume 15
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds: Heterocyclic Systems with Bridgehead Nitrogen Atoms, Part 2, Volume 15 By
2007 | 721 Pages | ISBN: 0470380829 | PDF | 22 MB
Content: Chapter VI Fused 5/6 Ring Systems with Two Extra Heteroatoms (pages 749-859): Chapter VII Fused 5/6 Ring Systems with Three Extra Heteroatoms (pages 861-925): Chapter VIII Fused 5/6 Ring Systems with Four or more Extra Heteroatoms (pages 927-948): Chapter IX Fused 5/6 Ring Systems with Two Bridgehead Nitrogen Atoms (pages 949-956): Chapter X Fused 5/7 and Larger Ring Systems (pages 957-1000): Chapter XI Fused 6/6 Ring Systems with no Extra Heteroatom (pages 1001-1140): Chapter XII Fused 6/6 Ring Systems with One Extra Heteroatom (pages 1141-1214): Chapter XIII Fused 6/6 Ring Systems with Two or more Extra Heteroatoms (pages 1215-1239): Chapter XIV Fused 6/6 Ring Systems with Two Bridgehead Nitrogen Atoms (pages 1241-1246): Chapter XV Fused 6/7 and Larger Ring Systems (pages 1247-1264): Chapter XVI Bridged 3/4 Through 5/6 Ring Systems (pages 1267-1320): Chapter XVII Bridged 6/6 Ring Systems (pages 1321-1402): Chapter XVIII Bridged 6/7 and Larger Ring Systems (pages 1403-1421):




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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds Heterocyclic Systems with Bridgehead Nitrogen Atoms, Part 1, Volume 15
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds: Heterocyclic Systems with Bridgehead Nitrogen Atoms, Part 1, Volume 15 By
2007 | 752 Pages | ISBN: 0470380497 | PDF | 17 MB
Content: Chapter I Fused 3?Membered Ring Systems (pages 7-34): Chapter II Fused 4?Membered Ring Systems (pages 35-62): Chapter III Fused 5/5 Ring Systems (pages 63-237): Chapter IV Fused 5/6 Ring Systems with no Extra Heteroatom (pages 239-449): Chapter V Fused 5/6 Ring Systems with one Extra Heteroatom (pages 451-747):




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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds Heterocyclic Compounds with Indole and Carbazole Systems, Volume 8
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds: Heterocyclic Compounds with Indole and Carbazole Systems, Volume 8 By
2007 | 317 Pages | ISBN: 0470377194 | PDF | 15 MB
Content: Chapter I Indole (pages 1-69): Chapter II Carbazole (pages 70-109): Chapter III Isatin (pages 110-133): Chapter VI Oxindole (pages 134-153): Chapter V Isatogens (pages 154-162): Chapter VI Indoxyl (pages 163-170): Chapter VII Indigo, ?2,2??Bipseudoindoxyl (pages 171-195): Chapter VIII Natural Products Containing the Indole Nucleus (pages 196-288):




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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds Five- and Six-Membered Compounds with Nitrogen and Oxygen (Excluding Oxazoles), Volume 17
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds: Five- and Six-Membered Compounds with Nitrogen and Oxygen (Excluding Oxazoles), Volume 17 By
2007 | 500 Pages | ISBN: 0470381485 | PDF | 19 MB
Content: Chapter I Isoxazoles (pages 5-94): Adolfo QuilicoChapter II Isoxazolines (pages 95-115): Adolfo QuilicoChapter III Isoxazolone (pages 117-151): Adolfo QuilicoChapter IV Polynuclear Isoxazole Types (pages 153-176): Adolfo QuilicoChapter V The Physico?Chemical Properties of Isoxazole and its Derivatives (pages 177-222): Giovanni SperoniChapter VI Applications of Isoxazole Derivatives (pages 223-228): Adolfo QuiulicoChapter VII Isoxamcoridints (pages 229-232): Adolfo QuilicoChapter VIII 1,2,3?Oxadiazoles: Ring Index 81 (pages 235-244): Lyell C. BehrChapter IX 1,2,4?Oxadiazoles: Ring Index 83 (pages 245-262): Lyell C. BehrChapter X 1,3,4?Oxadiazoles: Ring Index 85 (pages 263-282): Lyell C. BehrChapter XI Furazans: Ring Index 84 (pages 283-319): Lyell C. BehrChapter XII Dioxazoles, Dioxadiazoles, and Oxatriazoles: Ring Index 77, 78, 58 (pages 321-325): Lyell C. BehrChapter XIII The 1,2?Oxazines: Ring Index 234-36 (pages 329-340): R. L. McKeeChapter XIV 1,3?Oxazines: Ring Index 237-38 (pages 341-375): R. L. McKeeChapter XV The 1,4?Oxazines (pages 377-441): R. L. McKeeChapter XVI Systems of two Oxygen Atoms and one Nitrogen Atom: the Dioxazines (pages 443-444): R. L. McKeeChapter XVII Systems of Three Oxygen Atoms and One Nitrogen Atom (page 445): R. L. McKeeChapter XVIII Systems of One Oxygen Atom and Two Nitrogen Atoms: the Oxadiazines (pages 447-458): R. L. McKeeChapter XIX Systems of One Oxygen Atoms and Three Nitrogen Atom (pages 459-460): R. L. McKeeChapter XX Systems of Two Oxygen Atoms and Two Nitrogen Atom (pages 461-462): R. L. McKeeChapter XXI Systems of More than Four Hetero Atoms: Nitrogen and Oxygen (pages 463-465): R. L. McKee




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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds Five Member Heterocyclic Compounds With Nitrogen and Sulfur or Nitrogen, Sulfur and Oxygen
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds: Five Member Heterocyclic Compounds With Nitrogen and Sulfur or Nitrogen, Sulfur and Oxygen (Except Thiazole), Volume 4 By
2007 | 408 Pages | ISBN: 0470375876 | PDF | 16 MB
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