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Book Review Foundations of Molecular Pharmacology Vol. 1 and 2. By J. B

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the quality of the lamp. The reaction mixture was monitored
semi-continuously by gas-phase IR (sampling every 2-5
min). The products were purified by fractional condensation.
Besides the given products, SF, is also formed
(3): IR: 1315 (s), 1237 (s), 1162 (s), 1066 (m), 895 (m), 847
(s), 836 (s), 742 (m), 605 cm-‘ (w); EI-MS: m/e=222 (16%)
(M-F)+.-(6):
IR: 1348 (w), 1275 w (sh), 1253 VS,1240 S,
1222 (s), 1187 (m), 1139 (w), 1096 (s), 1066 (w), 1029 (w), 941
(w), 907 (m), 853 (w), 825 (w), 783 (vw), 755 (vw), 714 (w),
695 (m), 660 (s), 629 (vw), 613 cm-’ (vw); EI-MS: m/e=393
(2%) (M-F)+.-The
data for (4)”l and (5)[1.41are in complete agreement with those given in the literature.
Irradiation of (5) (6.0 g) in the presence of an excess of
fluorine affords, within 48 h, 2.5 g of (6) (36% yield) besides
2.0 g of (4) (40% yield).
Received: January 10. 1980 [ Z 453 IE]
German version: Angew Chem. Y2, 393 (1980)
CAS Registry numbers:
(7). 4101-37-5: (3). 73557-54-7; (4). 4101-58-0; (5). 4101-59-1; (6). 73557-55-8
[I] M. Lusfig, J. K. Rufl, Inorg. Chem. 4. I M ( 1 9 6 5 ) .
121 Cf. H. Jonas. Z. Anorg. Allg. Chem. 265. 273 (1951); F. B. Dudlev. G. H.
Cody. D. F. Eggers Jr., J. Am. Chem. SOC. 78, 1553 (1956): 3. K. Rufl.
M. Lustrg. Inorg. Chem. 3, 1422 (1964).
[3] The XIK2AI spectrum (room temperature) converts at low temperature (coalescence point - 65 “C) into a spectrum of the type X,K2ABC2. This temperature-dependence has already been observed In the case of the trifluoromethyl- [ E L. Muetlerrres, W.Mahler, K. J. Packer, R. Schmufrler, Inorg. Chem.
3. 1298 (1964)] and the methyl-derivative [R. Mews, Angew. Chem. 90. 561
(1978); Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. 17, 530 (1978)],but an exact interpretation of the spectra has not been reported. For the ABC2 part of 1.3) we
found:
*=$Fc
F a d
&?
F3L
6,=98.5.
2JA~=31.2.
‘JA.cF2=21.6.
&=77.2.
&,=66.7;
‘JAC
=210.6,
‘JaC=208.0,
‘ J ~ - c k ~ = 3 . 6 . 4Jc2.cF2=3.0Hz.
141 f Sfffhl,R. Mews, 0. Glemser, J Fluorine Chem. 7. 55 (1976)
BOOK R E V I E W S
Polarography of Molecules of Biologicat Significance.
Edited by W. F. Smyth. Academic Press, New York 1979.
xix, 326 pages, bound, $ 47.50.
In ten chapters, written by twelve authors, this book deals
with the more recent developments in polarographic (voltammetric) techniques in the field of biological analysis, with
particular emphasis on the period since about 1965. Two introductory chapters serve as a brief outline of the principles
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and indicate how the best possible method can be selected.
Brief reference is made to the possible applications of computer-assisted electrochemical analysis, where substantial
improvements have taken place on the instrumental side.
The main part of the book is devoted to applications in pharmacy, pharmacology, medical research, and in environmental research. The bibliography lists sometimes very diverse
processes for the determination of a wide variety of medically, pharmacologically, or environmentally toxicologically
interesting compounds, the arrangement of the references
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given to the determination of drugs and their metabolites.
The book provides the analyst familiar with electrochemical working methods with a great deal of inspiration and
would be difficult to beat as a reference for rapid orientation
on more recent work.
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Foundations d Wecular Pharmacology, Vol. 1 and 2. By J.
B. Stenlake. The Athlone Press, London 1979. xi, 936
pages, bound, E 36.00 (Vol. 1). xii, 318 pages, bound, E
18.50 (Vol. 2).
The first of the two volumes of this work concentrates on
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presented in a systematic arrangement, with brief references
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