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Dictionary of steroids / 2., Indexes.

Publisher: London ; New York ; Tokyo : Chapman & Hill, 1991.
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A dictionary of steroids including chemical data, structures and bibliographies. Entries are indexed by name, molecular formula, CAS registry number, type of compound and species.

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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 0412270609 9780412270604
OCLC Number: 490892089
Description: 499 p. ; 29 cm
Contents: Data entries. Every entry in the Dictionary covers the following range of data, where appropriate: Nomenclature. CAS Names, trivial names, semisystematic names, synonyms, trade names. Molecular Formula and Molecular Weight. Structure diagrams. Accurately drawn structure diagrams which show stereochemistry and absolute configuration. Stereoisomers and Derivatives. Physical Properties. Physical description including crystal form and recrystallisation solvent. * Melting Point and/or boiling point. * Dissociation constant. * Optical rotation. * Density. * Refractive Index. Occurrence. Extensive listing of botanical and zoological source. Biological properties. Description of pharmacology, toxicology and other biochemical effects. Bibliography. INDEX VOLUME. Name Index. An alphabetical listing of all names given throughout the Dictionary, including synonyms. Molecular Formula Index. Given for all steroids in the Dictionary, whether main entries or derivatives. CAS Registry Number Index. Species Index. Allows immediate access to the contents by botanical or zoological name. Type of Compound Index. A listing of all steroids described throughout the Dictionary, classified under one or more of 75 headings (e.g. cholestanoic acids, antiinflammatory agents), thus allowing the rapid location of all steroids of a particular type.
Responsibility: Ed. R.A. Hill, D.N. Kirk, H.L.J. Makin, G.M. Murphy.
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