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Content material: v. 1. 3-membered heterocycles, including all fused structures containing a 3-membered heterocyclic ring / quantity editor, Albert Padwa -- v. 2. 4-membered heterocycles including all fused structures containing a 4-membered heterocyclic ring / quantity editor, Christian Stevens -- v. three. 5-membered jewelry with one heteroatom including their benzo and different carbocyclic-fused derivatives / quantity editors, Gurnos Jones, Christopher A. Ramsden -- v. four. 5-membered earrings with heteroatoms, each one with their fused carbocyclic derivatives / quantity editor, John Joule -- v. five. 5-membered earrings: triazoles, oxadiazoles, thiadiazoles and their fused carbocyclic derivatives / quantity editor, Viktor V. Zhdankin -- v. 6. different 5-membered earrings with 3 or extra heteroatoms, and their fused carbocyclic derivatives / quantity editor, Viktor V. Zhdankin -- v. 7. 6-membered earrings with one heteroatom, and their fused carbocyclic derivatives / quantity editor, David StC. Black -- v. eight. 6-membered earrings with heteroatoms, and their fused carbocyclic derivatives / quantity editor, R. Alan Aitken -- v. nine. 6-membered jewelry with 3 or extra heteroatoms, and their fused carbocyclic derivatives / quantity editor, Kenneth Turnbull -- v. 10. Ring platforms with not less than fused heterocyclic 5- or 6-membered earrings with out bridgehead heteroatom / quantity editor, Ray C.F. Jones -- v. eleven. Bicyclic 5-5 and 5-6 fused ring structures with at the very least one bridgehead (ring junction) N / quantity editor, Janine Cossy -- v. 12. 5- and 6-membered fused structures with bridgehead (ring junction) heteroatoms concluded: 6-6 bicyclic with one or N or different heteroatoms; polycyclic; spirocyclic / quantity editor, Keith Jones -- v. thirteen. 7-membered heterocyclic earrings and their fused derivatives / quantity editor, George R. Newkome -- v. 14. 8-membered and bigger heterocyclic jewelry and their fused derivatives, different 7-membered earrings / quantity editor, George R. Newkome -- v. 15. Cumulative topic index
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