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Placement of images is used perfectly to illustrate the reactions discussed.
Pass or Fail:
Easily Passed. Though it addresses a complex topic, this article covers all of the most important reactions and unique properties of this class of chemicals.
For further improvement, I would suggest the addition of a computer-generated 3-D structure of a sample Oxaziridine, to illustrate the unique C-N-O triangle spatially.
The original lead was converted into a history section, which now contains more than history. Now the lead is too short and fails WP:Lead, part of the Good article criteria. I though about reverting, but then there will be information in the lead not covered in the article. I don't have the skills to fix this myself and the original contributor hasn't edited for a while so I am hoping someone is watching this who can fix it. AIRcorn(talk) 05:46, 22 October 2012 (UTC)
Aircorn, just saw this note after having reverted it in response to the revision discussion page. I now see what you mean about there being info in the lead that's not in the main article. I think it's pretty good as is. If you let me know specifically what you think should be changed, I could address that. — Preceding unsigned comment added by DMelvinKaphan (talk • contribs) 18:39, 3 April 2013 (UTC)