Dictionary of Natural Products, Supplement 3
This volume updates the literature covered to mid-1995 and includes new entries. This book should be of interest to natural product chemists, life scientists and taxonomists. academic, industrial or government organisations.
Table of Contents
Data provided in each entry includes (where relevant): molecular formula; structure diagram; preferred names and synonyms; CAS registry numbers; physical description; biological source; stability; solvent of recrystallization; solubility; melting point; freezing point; boiling point; density; refractive index; optical rotation; use or importance; hazard and toxicity data; selected literature references.
John Buckingham (Consultant Editor, Dictionary of Natural Products, London, UK)