Regarded as the indispensable reference collection for information on heterocyclic compounds, the Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds series makes an extraordinarily complex and diverse field a readily accessible one. In three parts, Volume 32 in the series thoroughly covers the field of quinoline chemistry. Part I covers the physical and chemical properties of quinoline and its derivatives. Comprehensive coverage of the alkylquinolines, arylquinolines, reissert compounds and related n-Acyldihydroquinolines, and quinoline n-oxides is provided in the second part of this volume. Part III treats the aldehydes and the ketones; it arranges material entirely in the form of information on synthesis, however properties are also emphasized to a degree.