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Aza Diels-Alder reactions using several dienes

Azacrowns containing more than two substituted nitrogens

Azacrowns containing the 2,2 -bipyridyl subunit

Azacrowns containing the 2,6-picolinoyl subunit

Azacrowns containing the benzene-1,3-bis subunit

Azacrowns containing the furan subunit

Azacrowns containing the pyridine-2,6-dimethylene subunit

Azacrowns containing two substituted nitrogens

Azeotropes of Acrylonitrile

Azeotropes of Naphthalene

Azeotropes of Vinyl Aeetate

Azeotropic Mixtures of Carbon Tetrachloride



Azole Antimycotics




Azoxy compounds.


B For series I voltage systems

B Refractive indices of some pigments and other materials

B Steel Berl Saddles

B-1 Which Compensation Schemes Work for Which Case

B-2 The Relative Merits of the Various Common Methods of Compensation

B15 Physical Properties of 1,2-Polybutadiene

Babesiasis Antiprotozoal Agents

Back-Pressure Calculations for Example 1

Backward Difference Table

Bacterial Count

Bactericidal and Virucidal Action of Ethanol

Bacteriostatic and Bactericidal Activities of Chlorhexidine

Bacteriostatic Dilutions of Benzalkonium Chloride

Baeyer-Villiger Oxidation of Ketones

Baffled Cylindrical Tanks

Bailing Points of Perfluonnated and Nonfluorinated Isomers

Baking Acids Commercially Produced for Leavening Systems

Baking Powder Compositions,

Balance Quality Grades for Various Groups of Rigid Rotors

Ball-bearing grease relubrication intervals

Band Gaps and Dielectric Properties of Cubic Binary Compound Semiconductors at RT

Barite Production for 1986-1988

Barium Chemicals Produced in the United States

Barometer Temperature Correction—Metric Units 2.72

Barrier and Chemical Properties

Barrier heights V for some torsional vibrations

Barrier Properties of Polymers

Barrier-layer thickness in various electrolytes

Barriers to Nitrogen Inversion in Substituted Aziridines

Barriers to rotation and inversions, from AMI calculations

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