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II S u r v e y o f K n o w n S y s t e m s Tables 1 - 9 list all the 4a,4b-dihydrophenanthrenes and their analogs that have been observed (to the best of our knowledge) up to the time of the writing of this review. g. 6, 15-19, 21, and 60) were studied on various occasions in Rehovot but were not included in previous publications. The data on several other systems listed in these Tables are published for the first time though the compounds themselves were mentioned in previous reports. A. ) has been reported.
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