1981, Vol. 53, Issue 1
- Tenth International Symposium on Carbohydrate Chemistry, Sydney, Australia, 7–11 July 1980
- Fifth International Conference on Physical Organic Chemistry, Santa Cruz, California, USA, 17–22 August 1980
- IUPAC Technical Reports and Recommendations
Tenth International Symposium on Carbohydrate Chemistry, Sydney, Australia, 7–11 July 1980
This conference is part of the Carbohydrate Symposium series.
Polysaccharide shapes and their interactions - some recent advances
New and selective reactions and reagents in carbohydrate chemistry
The applicability of 500-MHz high-resolution 1H-NMR spectroscopy for the structure determination of carbohydrates derived from glycoproteins
Structure and function of complex carbohydrates active in regulating plant-microbe interactions
The structure of carbohydrate chains of blood-group substances
Specific interaction of mycobacterial polymethylpolysaccharides with long-chain fatty acids and acoyl-coenzyme A derivatives
Stereoselective syntheses of branched-chain sugar derivatives
Studies directed toward the total synthesis of the ezomycins, the octosyl acids and related antibiotics
Fifth International Conference on Physical Organic Chemistry, Santa Cruz, California, USA, 17–22 August 1980
This conference is part of the Physical Organic Chemistry series.
Recent contributions to the mechanism of concerted and non-concerted cycloadditions
Proton transfer between electronegative atoms: rate-determining or not?
Higher coordinate (hypercarbon containing) carbocations and their role in electrophilic reactions of hydrocarbons
Electron-loss and electron-capture processes in irradiated systems
Formation and fate of radical ipso intermediates in the reactions of carbon radicals with aromatics. Radical ipso substitution
Micelles, magnets and molecular mechanisms. Application to cage effects and isotope separation
The mechanisms of thermal decomposition of dialkylbis(triethylphosphine)-platinum (II) complexes
Oxygen binding and activation with hemoproteins: model approach using iron-porphyrin complexes