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Content of this volume:
Germanium cyanides, acylgermanes, a-halo- and a-alkoxyvinylgermanes, a-halo-, a-hydroxy-, a-alkoxy-, and a-aminoalkylgermanes, alkynylgermanes, aryl- and heteroarylgermanes, propargyl- and allenylgermanes, selenophenes,
tellurophenes, isoxazoles, 1,2-benzisoxazoles and related compounds, benzoxazoles and other annulated oxazoles, isothiazoles, benzisothiazoles, benzothiazoles, isoselenazoles, annulated isoselenazole compounds, selenazoles, annulated selenazole compounds, isotellurazoles, and annulated isotellurazole and tellurazole compounds, pyridopyrazines and iodoarenes.