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 Pure Appl. Chem. Vol. 63, No. 3 (1991)

Pure and Applied Chemistry

Vol. 63, Issue 3

IMEBORON VII - Seventh International Symposium on Boron Chemistry

IUPAC Recommendations on Nomenclature and Symbols and Technical Reports from Commissions

IMEBORON VII - Seventh International Symposium on Boron Chemistry, Torun, Poland, 30 July-3 August 1990

M. Zaidlewicz
p. iv [full text - pdf 49 kB]

Plenary Lectures

The boron approach to asymmetric synthesis
H. C. Brown and P. V. Ramachandran
p. 307 [full text - pdf 635 kB]

Some thought-provoking polyhedral borane chemistry
N. N. Greenwood and J. D. Kennedy
p. 317 [full text - pdf 777 kB]

Biochemical applications of boron cluster chemistry
M. F. Hawthorne
p. 327 [full text - pdf 701 kB]

The role of theory in studies of the diborane pyrolysis sequence
W. N. Lipscomb, J. F. Stanton, W. B. Connick and D. H. Magers
p. 335 [full text - pdf 264 kB]

Recent advances in asymmetric synthesis with boronic esters
D. S. Matteson
p. 339 [full text - pdf 411 kB]

New perspectives in boron-nitrogen chemistry - I
P. Paetzold
p. 345 [full text - pdf 424 kB]

Recent advances in boron-nitrogen chemistry - II
H. Noth, G. Geisberger, G. Linti, D. Loderer, W. Rattay and E. Salzbrenner
p. 351 [full text - pdf 342 kB]

Session Lectures

Carboranyl derivatives of mercury and thallium as synthons for boron-substituted carboranes
V. I. Bregadze, V. Ts. Kampel, A. Ya. Usiatinsky and N. N. Godovikov
p. 357 [full text - pdf 277 kB]

Allylic diboranes
Yu. N. Bubnov
p. 361 [full text - pdf 226 kB]

Di-p-methane-like photorearrangements of a,b-unsaturated organoboranes in the synthesis of borirenes and boracarbenoid intermediates
J. J. Eisch, B. Shafii and M. P. Boleslawski
p. 365 [full text - pdf 235 kB]

Small carboranes as building blocks in designed organometallic synthesis
R. N. Grimes
p. 369 [full text - pdf 342 kB]

The present status of boron-neutron capture therapy for tumors
H. Hatanaka, W. H. Sweet, K. Sano and F. Ellis
p. 373 [full text - pdf 157 kB]

New frontiers in main group heterocarboranes
N. S. Hosmane
p. 375 [full text - pdf 370 kB]

Use of organoboranes in modern medical imaging
G. W. Kabalka
p. 379 [full text - pdf 763 kB]

Benzoannulated cycloboranes
D. E. Kaufmann and W. Schacht
p. 383 [full text - pdf 258 kB]

An outline of the chemistry of bis(9-borabicyclo[3.3.1]nonane)
R. Koster and M. Yalpani
p. 387 [full text - pdf 476 kB]

The borylation of aromatic compounds by dehalogenation products of dialkylamino(dihalogeno)boranes
A. Meller
p. 395 [full text - pdf 269 kB]

Early birds: the chiral boranes
J. Plesek, S. Hermanek and B. Stibr
p. 399 [full text - pdf 158 kB]

Synthesis and some properties of alkenyl carbanions stabilised by an a-boron atom
A. Pelter, K. Smith and K. Jones
p. 403 [full text - pdf 186 kB]

Polymeric precursors to boron based ceramics
L. G. Sneddon, M. G. L. Mirabelli, A. T. Lynch, P. J. Fazen, K. Su and J. S. Beck
p. 407 [full text - pdf 907 kB]

The development of carboranyl nucleic acid precursors for use in neutron capture therapy of tumors
A. H. Soloway, A. K. M. Anisuzzaman, F. Alam, R. F. Barth and L. Liu
p. 411 [full text - pdf 207 kB]

From boron analogues of amino acids to boronated DNA: potential new pharmaceuticals and neutron capture agents
B. F. Spielvogel, A. Sood, B. R. Shaw and I. H. Hall
p. 415 [full text - pdf 260 kB]

Synthetic studies via the cross-coupling reaction of organoboron derivatives with organic halides
A. Suzuki
p. 419 [full text - pdf 291 kB]

Molecular design and synthesis of B-10 carriers for neutron capture therapy
Y. Yamamoto
p. 423 [full text - pdf 204 kB]

IUPAC Recommendations on Nomenclature and Symbols and Technical Reports from Commissions

Radiolabeling of monoclonal antibodies with metal chelates
Commission on Radiochemistry and Nuclear Techniques
Y.-F. Liu and C.-C. Wu
p. 427 [full text - pdf 2878 kB]

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