2 edition of Synthetic investigations of some alkenylcobaloximes with N-bromoacetamide found in the catalog.
Synthetic investigations of some alkenylcobaloximes with N-bromoacetamide
Roger Wayne Koops
Written in English
|Statement||by Roger Wayne Koops.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 115 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||115|
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[79‐15‐2] C 2 H 4 BrNO (MW ) (bromohydration and bromofluorination of alkenes; oxidation of alcohols) Alternate Name: NBA. Physical Data: mp – °C.
Solubility: sol CHCl 3, H 2 O, acetone, THF; insol ether, hexane. Form Supplied in: white needles; commercially available. Preparative Method: N‐bromoacetamide has been prepared by the reaction of acetamide with bromine and 50%.
Recent advances in stereoselective bromofunctionalization of alkenes using N-bromoamide reagents. Chong Kiat Tan and Ying-Yeung Yeung * Department of Chemistry, NUS, 3 Science Drive 3,Singapore.
E-mail: [email protected]; Fax: +; Tel: +Cited by: The reaction of a variety of 1 with an N-halogeno compound was carried out in the presence of DMF, and the results are summarized in Table present reaction could be applied to various alkyl groups (R 1) ranging from the relatively hindered 1,2-dimethylpropyl group to the less hindered hexyl group, and is tolerant of functional groups such as chloro, ether, ester and silyl function Cited by: 6.