Amines, Organic compounds -- Synthesis
This report discusses research concerning synthetic applications of enaminoketones. The work may be divided into four parts as follows: a) replacement of the dimethylamino group of certain enaminones by other amine groups through a simple procedure; b) formation of 3-alkyl-pyrazoles; c) formation of 2-amino-4-alkyl-pyrimidines; d) synthesis and subsequent reduction of iminium salts. The starting materials (E-1-(N,N-dimethylamino)-1-alkene-3-ones) have been condensed with hydrazine and guanidine to form pyrazoles and pyrimidines, respectively. The same starting materials have been reacted with POCl3 in CH2Cl2 to produce chlorovinyliminium salts. These have then been reacted in situ with reducing agents to produce chlorovinyl amines. Additionally, the experimental procedures used to produce these products are revealed, and the physical properties of the products are given. Recommendations for future research are made.
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Gupton, John T.
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Buck, Timothy J., "New Synthetic Applications of Enaminoketones" (1986). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4915.
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