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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1963-1964-443

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ANNUAL REPORT First Degrees Sc Special 1st Class Honours 2nd Class Honours Upper Division 11 2nd Class Honours Lower Division 3rd Class Honours Higher Degrees Ph Butler Hydrolytic reactions of compounds con- taining the acyl group Ph Crossley Studies in cyclopropane chemistry Ph Dawson Mass spectrometric investigations of some filament reactions at very low pressures Ph Deavin Heterocyclic -oxide rearrangements Ph Inward Free radical addition reactions of sub- stituted stilbenes Ph Perkins Studies in homolytic arylation Ph Rochester Kinetic and equilibrium studies of organic solutes in alkaline media 11 Ph Rosemary Satchell Kinetic studies of aliphatic sub- strates in acidic media Ph Tuckley "A study of some molecular emission spectra Ph Whiting Studies in natural O-heterocyclics Ph Williams Studies involving acetylenes and allenes Sc Harris Some free radical addition reactions of olefins Departmental Notes The ending of classes for First students released the pressure on one of the teaching laboratories It was not found possible to utilize the whole of this accommodation for students taking the General Degree and consequently part of it was used for postgraduate work For this and other reasons the number of postgraduate students reached the record level of sixty-one of which ten were postdoctoral workers Investigations have been continued and extended in chemical kinetics hydrogen isotope effects X-ray crystallography surface catalysis spectroscopy nuclear magnetic resonance free radical reactions and organophosphorus chemistry Several new developments have been reported in the reactions of diazonium salts and in the quantitative study of free radical addition reactions and considerable progress has
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