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By Raymond N. Castle

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ISBN-13: 9780470186985

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ISBN-13: 9780471382133

Content material:
Chapter I actual houses of Pyridazines (pages 1–22): Anne G. Lenhert and Raymond N. Castle
Chapter II The Pyridazinones, Alkoxy? and Aryloxy?Pyridazines, and comparable Compounds (pages 23–218): James W. Mason and Duane L. Aldous
Chapter III Halopyridazines (pages 219–352): Duane L. Aldous and Raymond N. Castle
Chapter IV Pyridazine Aldehydes, Ketones, and Alcohols (pages 353–406): Anne G. Lenhert and Raymond N. Castle
Chapter V Pyridazinecarboxylic Acids (pages 407–461): James W. Mason
Chapter VI Aminopyridazines (pages 463–627): Takenari Nakagome
Chapter VII Nitropyridazines and Their aid items (Except Amines) (pages 629–673): Takenari Nakagome
Chapter VIII Pyridazine N?Oxides (pages 675–753): Takanobu Itai
Chapter IX Sulfur Compounds of Pyridazines (pages 755–837): M. Tisler and B. Stanovnik

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Dimetallic salts of a few substituted maleic hydrazides have been reported, but they are unstable and difficult to prepare (116). 00 A few dielectric constants for pyridazinones and maleic hydrazides have been recorded (1 17-1 1S), and some fairly extensive polarographic studies have been undertaken (114, 119-122). Although many pyridazinones have been shown to have slight biological activity, only maleic hydrazide has been studied extensively. It was introduced as a plant growth regulator in 1949 (123), and numerous patents and papers covering its commercial production and use have appeared.

55). Substitution always occurs at the 4-position first, and any further replacements are sluggish (30). Alkoxy- and Aryloxypyridazines 55 In this connection it is of interest that alkoxy groups at the 4- (or 5 - ) position of pyridazines are transformed into better leaving groups than halogens at the 3- (or 6-) position by the activation of the ring. For example, treatment of 3,6-dichloro-4-methoxypyridazinewith alcoholic ammonia yields 4-amino-3,6-dichloropyridazine by replacement of the methoxy group (Eq.

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