The organic chemistry of aliphatic nitrogen compounds
In recent years, considerable advances in organonitrogen chemistry--including the development of many important new reagents and synthetic methods--have underscored the need for a comprehensive, definitive account of the organic chemistry of aliphatic nitrogen compounds. This new book fills that need and will serve as an invaluable reference for all workers in the field. Each chapter begins with a brief introduction followed by a detailed account of the preparation of the type of compound under consideration, and concludes with an examination of that compound's reactivity, including mechanistic aspects. All of the main compound classes (with the exception of amino acids) are included. Students and professionals in organic chemistry will want to own this unique guide to aliphatic nitrogen compounds.
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a-amino acids acetic acyl acyl chlorides aldehydes aldehydes and ketones alkenes alkyl halides allylic amides amines Scheme amino Angew anion Annalen aqueous aryl azide aziridines azo compounds benzene carbon carboxylic acids catalyst cent CH3 CH3 Chem chemistry Chim chiral chloride converted cyanide cyclic Cyclohexyl dimethylformamide double bond e.g. Scheme electrophiles enamines Engl enol epoxides esters Et3N ether EtOH example give Grignard reagents HMPT hydrazines hydrogen hydrolysis imines intermediate isocyanates isonitriles J-amino alcohol ketones lactams lithium aluminium hydride Mannich MeOH methyl NaBH4 nitriles nitro nitroalkanes nitrogen atom nitrosamines NMe2 nucleophilic oxidation oximes Ph H Ph Ph PhCH2 potassium prepared presence primary amines proton pyridine R-CHO R1 R2 Yield react reaction Reactivity rearrangement reduction reflux salts secondary amines shown in Scheme silyl SiMe3 sodium Synth synthesis tertiary amines Tetrahedron Lett tosyl trimethylsilyl ureas