Chapter 1 Molecular and digital constitution of the amide crew (pages 1–72): M. B. Robin, F. A. Bovey and Harold Basch
Chapter 2 Synthesis of amides (pages 73–185): A. L. J. Beckwith
Chapter three Acid?base and complexing houses of amides (pages 187–243): R. B. Homer and C. D. Johnson
Chapter four Rearrangement and removing of the amido team (pages 245–288): Joseph F. Bieron and Frank J. Dinan
Chapter five Photochemistry of the amido team (pages 289–308): Ionel Rosenthal
Chapter 6 Radiation chemistry of amides (pages 309–334): Owen H. Wheeler
Chapter 7 Chemistry of imidic compounds (pages 335–381): Owen H. Wheeler and Oscar Rosado
Chapter eight The chemistry of thioamides (pages 383–475): W. Walter and J. Voss
Chapter nine The chemistry of the thiohydrazide team (pages 477–514): W. Walter and okay. J. Reubke
Chapter 10 The chemistry of hydrazides (pages 515–600): Hans Paulsen and Dieter Stoye
Chapter eleven organic formation and reactions of the amido workforce (pages 601–684): J. E. Reimann and R. U. Byerrum
Chapter 12 Directing and activating results of the amido staff (pages 685–729): J. A. Shafer
Chapter thirteen Reactions of the carboxamide staff (pages 731–857): Brian G. Challis and Judith A. Challis
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