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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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