A guide to chalogen-nitrogen chemistry by T Chivers

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17, 166 (1984) T. Chivers, Synthetic Methods and Structure-Reactivity Relationships in Electron-rich Sulfur-Nitrogen Rings and Cages, Chem. , 85, 341 (1985). J. L. Morris and C. W. Rees, Organic Poly(Sulfur–Nitrogen) Chemistry, Chem. Soc. , 15, 1 (1986). T. Chivers, Sulfur–Nitrogen Heterocycles, in I. Haiduc and D. B. ) The Chemistry of Inorganic Homo- and Heterocycles, Vol. 2, Academic Press, London, pp. 793-870 (1987). R. T. Oakley, Cyclic and Heterocyclic Thiazenes, Prog. Inorg. , 36, 1 (1988).

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