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Australian Journal of Chemistry
Volume 21 Number 3 1968


Nuclear quadrupole resonance of charge transfer complexes. I. The trihalide ions 

GA Bowmaker and S Hacobian

pp. 551-564

  
 


Third virial coefficients of mixtures of gases 

JT McHenry

pp. 565-574

  
 


Normal coordinate analysis of cyanoacetylene 

K Ramaswamy and K Srinivasan

pp. 575-581

  
 


Vapour phase composition and activities for the molten PbBr2+KBr system 

H Bloom and JW Hastie

pp. 583-587

  
 


Oxide chlorides of osmium 

R Colton and RH Farthing

pp. 589-593

  
 


Octahedral cobalt(III) complexes in dipolar aprotic solvents. XIII. The isomerization of cis- and trans-Dibromobis(ethylenediamine)cobalt(III) ions, [CoBr2 em2]+, in anhydrous sulpholane 

WR Fitzgerald and DW Watts

pp. 595-601

  
 


Beryllium-chrome-azurol-S complexes 

WG Baldwin and DR Stranks

pp. 603-615

  
 


Copper(II) complexes of o-hydroxyarylcarbonyl compounds 

DP Graddon and GM Mockler

pp. 617-629

  
 


Nitrogenous chelate complexes of transition metals. V. Binuclear hydroxybridged copper(II) complexes of 1,10-phenanthroline and 2,2'-bipyridyl  

CM Harris, E Sinn, WR Walker and PR Woolliams

pp. 631-640

  
 


Physicochemical investigation on thiomalate complexes of nickel 

RS Saxena, KC Gupta and ML Mittal

pp. 641-647

  
 


Organoaluminium compounds. XIV. Evidence for association through unlike bridging groups 

EA Jeffery, T Mole and JK Saunders

pp. 649-657

  
 


Organoaluminium compounds. XV. The mechanism of the exchange reaction between Lewis-base complexed (CH3)2AlX and (CH3)2AlY 

NS Ham, EA Jeffery, T Mole and JK Saunders

pp. 659-670

  
 


Copper(II) complexes of glycylglycine and imidazole 

R Driver and WR Walker

pp. 671-677

  
 


Coordination complexes of amino acids: Preparation and properties of some Amino-acidatobis(acetylacetonato)cobalt(III) and Bis(amino-acidato)(acetylacetonato)cobalt(III) complexes 

SH Laurie

pp. 679-685

  
 


Catalysis by hydrogen halides in the gas phase. XIV. Methyl trimethylacetate and hydrogen bromide and the effects of added alcohols 

JTD Cross and VR Stimson

pp. 687-699

  
 


Catalysis by hydrogen halides in the gas phase. XV. Trimethylacetic acid, isopropanol, and hydrogen bromide 

JTD Cross and VR Stimson

pp. 701-712

  
 


Catalysis by hydrogen halides in the gas phase. XVI. Methyl trimethylacetate, isopropanol, and hydrogen bromide 

JTD Cross and VR Stimson

pp. 713-724

  
 


Catalysis by hydrogen halides in the gas phase. XVII. Isobutyric acid and hydrogen bromide 

JTD Cross and VR Stimson

pp. 725-732

  
 


The photoassociation of some substituted naphthalenes. II. The photodimers of naphthol ethers 

P Wilairat and B Selinger

pp. 733-746

  
 


Spin-spin coupling between protons bonded to sp2 and sp3 hybridized benzylic carbon atoms and ring protons 

GP Newsoroff and S Sternhell

pp. 747-760

  
 


Reactions of excited molecules. II. Reactions of phenylhydrazones on electron impact 

WD Crow, JL Occolowitz and RK Solly

pp. 761-768

  
 


On the synthesis of 3,4-dihydroxyprolines. I. cis-Glycolation of 3,4-dehydroproline derivatives 

CB Hudson, AV Robertson and WRJ Simpson

pp. 769-782

  
 


Constituents of some Curvularia species 

RG Coombe, JJ Jacobs and TR Watson

pp. 783-788

  
 


The open-circuit voltage and cathode polarization of lithium-chlorine battery in the presence of potassium chloride 

RG Anthony, BJ Welch and RJ Steele

pp. 789-792

  
 


C-O and Ti-O vibration frequencies in alkyltitanates 

GA Kakos and G Winter

pp. 793-795

 


Organic compounds of lanthanide elements. IX. Alkoxides and phenoxides of praseodymium and neodymium 

SN Misra, TN Misra and RC Mehrotra

pp. 797-800

  
 


A manganese(III) heterochelate: Bis(biguanido)(benzoylacetonato)manganese(III) 

MM Ray, JN Adhya, NG Podder and SN Poddar

pp. 801-802

 


Copper(II) complexes of some pyridine Schiff bases 

D St.C.Black

pp. 803-805

 


The magnetic properties of the cyclopentadienyltitanium(III) derivatives, cpTiCl2, cp2TiCl, and cp3Ti 

AJ Canty, RSP Coutts and PC Wailes

pp. 807-810

  
 


Paper electrophoresis of carbohydrates. III. Carbonate half-ester salts 

JL Frahn

pp. 811-814

  
 


Synthesis of α,2'-Diacetoxy-3,4,4',6'-tetramethoxychalcone and 4,6,3',4'-Tetramethoxyisoaurone 

JW Clark-Lewis and RW Jemison

pp. 815-816

 


Corrigenda - Synthesis of α,2'-Diacetoxy-3,4,4',6'-tetramethoxychalcone and 4,6,3',4'-Tetramethoxyisoaurone 

JW Clark-Lewis and RW Jemison

pp. 815-816

 


The reaction of anthracene with benzoyl radicals 

ALJ Beckwith and RJ Leydon

pp. 817-821

  
 


Diterpenoids. XV. trans-Abienol 

RM Carman and N Dennis

pp. 823-825

 


  
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