Ring Enlargement in Organic Chemistry by Manfred Hesse
By Manfred Hesse
Ring growth reactions are vital not just for the synthesis of normal compounds and prescribed drugs but in addition for his or her gigantic function in natural synthesis. This ebook summarizes the method of ring growth of heteroatom earrings. The 9 chapters are prepared in keeping with response kind, allowing easy accessibility to the knowledge.
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One-Atom Insertion Procedures tion product, 11/130, was reduced to 11/131, and the latter was transformed to muscone in several steps. 2]octanone (11/132) into the lactam, 11/133, demonstrates that the yield depends very much on the reagents   . Several other one-nitrogen-atom expansion reactions are known beside the two nitrogen insertion reactions linked with the names of Schmidt and Beckmann. These reactions are summarized together with references in Schemes 11/20 to 11/23.   •>• N-NaN 11/134 11/135 0 11/136 X = H, Aryl , SCH3 , NR2 R = H,CH3,C 2 H 5 ,C 6 H 5 m © y N(C2H5)2 • 2H 2 N-S-C-N(CH 3 ) 2 CIO4© 11/137 S xx "N(CH 3 ) 2 897.
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