Chapter VIII Nitropyridines and aid items (Except Amines) (pages 1–40): Renat H. Mizzoni
Chapter IX Aminopyridines (pages 41–255): C. S. Giam
Chapter X Pyridinecarboxylic Acids (pages 257–330): Peter I. Pollak and Martha Windholz
Chapter XI Pyridine Side?Chain Carboxylic Acids (pages 331–596): Mary E. Neubert
Chapter XII Pyridinols and Pyridones (pages 597–1180): Howard Tieckelmann
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