- Author:William G. Dauben,Roger Adams,A. C. Cope
- Publisher:John Wiley & Sons Inc (June 1, 1985)
- Pages:518 pages
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Professor Cope in turn was succeeded in 1966 by Professor William G. Dauben who served from 1966-1984.
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Organic Reactions by William G. Cope, June 1985, Krieger Publishing . William G. Dauben, Roger Adams.
Organic Reactions is a comprehensive reference work that contains . Professor Cope in turn was succeeded in 1966 by Professor William G. Dauben who served from 1966-1984
Professor Cope in turn was succeeded in 1966 by Professor William G.
Roger Adams (January 2, 1889 – July 6, 1971) was an American organic chemist. He is best known for the eponymous Adams' catalyst, and his work did much to determine the composition of naturally occurring substances such as complex vegetable oils and plant alkaloids. As the Department Head of Chemistry at the University of Illinois from 1926 to 1954, he also greatly influenced graduate education in America, taught over 250 P. students and postgraduate students, and served the .
The Journal of Organic Chemistry. photochemistry of a series of nones is mechanistically investigated. Upon excitation of the symmetry-forbidden S(1) n- pi state, photoisomerization is exclusively observed.