The Dictionary of Organic Compounds is commonly referred to as "DOC".
[Dictionary of Organic Compounds, 6th ed. Chapman and Hall, New York, 1996, vol. 2, D-0201.]
DOC consists of 6 volumes of information, and three index volumes.
DOC offers the following specialized indexes:
* Synonym index
* Chemical Abstracts Registry number index
* Molecular formula index (Hill notation)
* Heteroatom index
For each compound, the following information is included:
* Physical properties
* Chemical Abstracts Registry number
* Derivatives (often)
* Selected citations to the literature, including syntheses, toxicity, spectroscopy and other properties of the compound. Lists can be quite extensive.