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Eylander, and L. Brandsma, Rec. Trav. , 1976,95, 25. K. H. Geiss, B. Seuring, R. Pieter, and D. Seebach, Angew. , 1974, 86,484. T. Oishi, H. Takeuchi, and Y. Ban, TetrahedronLetters, 1974,3757. T. Cohen, G. Herman, J. R. Falck, and A. J. Mura, J . Org. , 1975,40,812. are E. 24n 261 a62 366 260 AlQhatic Organo-sulphur Compounds etc. 263 The vinyl sulphide rearrangement product from penicillin G (see Vol. 3, p. 2ss a-Alkylthio-aldehydes may be prepared from vinyl s ~ l p h i d e s . 266 2s* 260 261 26a 263 2se A.

W. G . Filby, R. D. Penzhorn, and L. Stieglitz, Org. Mass Spectrometry, 1974,8,409. B. Jonsson and J. S. Faraday II, 1974,70, 1399. H. R. SchuIten and D. analyt. , 1976,278,13. -The practitioners of this technique are now moving from the simplest representative compounds to bifunctional series, providing useful information on preferred conformations. Studies of methanethiol 70 and dimercaptomethane 7 2 have been described, and suggest that the latter compound preferentially adopts a non-planar conformation in the gas phase.

Kushnarev, and S. V. Amosova, Reukts. spos. org. Soedinenii, 1974, 11, 367; G. A. Kalabin, B. A. Trofimov, V. M. Bzhezovskii, D. F. Kushnasev, S. V. Amosova, N. K. Gusarova, and M. L. Alpert, Izvest. Akad. Nauk. , Ser. , 1975, 516. *' G. W. Buchanan, C. Reyes-Zamora, and D. E. Clarke, Cunud. J . , 1974,52,3895. T . C . Morrill, R. A. Clark, D. Bilobran, and D. S. Youngs, Tetrahedron Letters, 1975, 397. 4D R. V. Norton and I. B. Douglass, Org. Magn. Resonance, 1974,6,89. G. Marchese, F. Naso, D.

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