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Content material:
Chapter VI Fused 5/6 Ring platforms with additional Heteroatoms (pages 749–859):
Chapter VII Fused 5/6 Ring platforms with 3 additional Heteroatoms (pages 861–925):
Chapter VIII Fused 5/6 Ring structures with 4 or extra additional Heteroatoms (pages 927–948):
Chapter IX Fused 5/6 Ring platforms with Bridgehead Nitrogen Atoms (pages 949–956):
Chapter X Fused 5/7 and bigger Ring platforms (pages 957–1000):
Chapter XI Fused 6/6 Ring platforms with out additional Heteroatom (pages 1001–1140):
Chapter XII Fused 6/6 Ring platforms with One additional Heteroatom (pages 1141–1214):
Chapter XIII Fused 6/6 Ring structures with or extra additional Heteroatoms (pages 1215–1239):
Chapter XIV Fused 6/6 Ring structures with Bridgehead Nitrogen Atoms (pages 1241–1246):
Chapter XV Fused 6/7 and bigger Ring structures (pages 1247–1264):
Chapter XVI Bridged 3/4 via 5/6 Ring structures (pages 1267–1320):
Chapter XVII Bridged 6/6 Ring structures (pages 1321–1402):
Chapter XVIII Bridged 6/7 and bigger Ring structures (pages 1403–1421):

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Rim. (:hem. , 77, 1 17 (1955). 12. 7. Am. C h n . ,65,2472 ( I 943). 13. Schultz, 7. physiol. , 272,29 (1941); Chem. ttbstracts, 37,4432 (1943). 14. Thompson, Walker and Dunn, J . Am. Pharm. , 42, 647 (1953); Chm. Abstracts, 48, 1581 (1954). 15. Van Allen, 3. Org. C h m . , 21,24 (1 956). 16. wiss. Phot.. 47,2 (1952). 17. Pat. 2,739,964. 18. Giambrone, Boll. sci. fat. chim. ind. B o ~ o ~ M 11,, 86 (1953); Chem. Abstracts, 49, 4662 (1955). s&y>: 10 A-505. 4H-Pyrimido[2,1-b]bcnzothiazolc I l\ 5 6 4 This nucleus has also been called 4,ll-dihydro- 1,l l-diaza-9-thiafluorem.

H HCI H /I 0 0 VII) CI CH, -Ha __+ YOH (VIII) hydroxy derivative appears to be X , obtained6 by reacting IX with ethoxymethylenemalonic ester. 5-Monohydroxy derivatives (XI) have been obtained 7 7 8 similarly by condensing 2-aminoimidazoles (such as IX) with Bketoesters. Prokof'ev and his co-workers foundg-I ' that guanidine acids such as XI1 may be converted directly into XIV, or may first be cyclized to the 2-amino-4-imidazolinone (XI 11) and this condensed Chapter VI 804 HZN 'y"),' '- C6H6 C,H, J RCOCH,COOC,H, OH with a Fketoester to yield XIV.

2,527,266; Brit. Pat. 634,592; Chem. Absfracts, 44,9287 (1950). 7. Antaki and Petrov, J . Chcm. ,1951,551. 8. Ohta, J. Phan. Soc. Japan, 71,1428 (1951); Chm. Abstracts, 46,8099 (1952). 9. Ohta and Tanaka, 3. Phann. Japan, 74, 966 (1954); C h m . Abstracts, 49, 10931 (1955). 10. Ajello and Miraglia, G a u . chim. , 78, 921 (1948); Chnn. Abstracts, 43, 6985 (1949). 11. Hurd and Hayao, J. rim. (:hem. , 77, 1 17 (1955). 12. 7. Am. C h n . ,65,2472 ( I 943). 13. Schultz, 7. physiol. , 272,29 (1941); Chem.

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