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By Alan R. Katritzky (Ed.)

(from preface)Life starts off at forty! definitely for Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry the 40th quantity marks a few relatively far-reaching adjustments within the sequence. those adjustments are defined intimately within the introductory bankruptcy ''Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry: Prospect and Retrospect'' via your editor and Carol Drum, however it is acceptable to focus on crucial strategies during this preface. First, we have now addressed the long-standing challenge of indexing. quantity forty features a topic index for all of the forty ordinary volumes of the sequence including the 2 supplementary volumes. also, now we have instituted an index of names of the participants of chapters for our sequence, back spanning the complete forty two volumes. we've additionally thoroughly revised the prevailing index of bankruptcy titles. sooner or later, those 3 indexes will look each 5 volumes; hence the following ''index volume'' should be forty five. We think that this approach will give you the greatest profit to readers of the sequence, whereas fending off undue repetition...

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Local energy minima correspond to isomeric 6protonated pyrroles, whose stability has been computed and found to decrease in the a, > aa > oN order. The energy gaps between the minima are in satisfactory agreement with other semiempirical calculations of the localization energies of protonated pyrroles (Fig. 9). Analysis of the energy profile (Fig. 11) linking the local minima (a complexes) indicates that hydrogenbridged structures correspond to energy saddle points, representing the activation barriers for hydrogen shifts in the protonated pyrrole intermediates.

I Introduction A fundamental understanding of structure-reactivity and structureenergy correlations in heteroaromatic compounds is of central importance in chemistry and biochemistry. The classical approach to this subject normally 25 . Copyright 0 1986 by Academic Press Inc. All rights of reproduction in any form reserved. 26 M. SPERANZA [Sec. I involves dissolving the heteroaromatic compound in a liquid medium, where a given reactant is added or generated. A reaction takes place whose rate or equilibria parameters are measured by means of the conventional techniques of physical organic chemistry.

CND0/2 (solid lines) and MINDOj2 (broken lines) calculations of the energy levels of protonated pyrrole (80JPR147). Sec. A] REACTIVITY OF HETEROAROMATIC COMPOUNDS 53 (77TL3565; 80JPR 147). Local energy minima correspond to isomeric 6protonated pyrroles, whose stability has been computed and found to decrease in the a, > aa > oN order. The energy gaps between the minima are in satisfactory agreement with other semiempirical calculations of the localization energies of protonated pyrroles (Fig. 9).

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