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Abstract1-Arylazo-substituted 2-naphthylamines, which are easily obtainable by the coupling of arene diazonium salts with 2-aminonaphthalene-sulfonic acid, can be transformed by reaction with reactive carboxylic acid derivatives or nitrosation reagents into novel 2-aryl-substituted...
Abstractβ-Ionone and camphor were ethynylated to give the alkynols 14, 16, 17 which can be transformed to the alkynolethers 5b, 5i, 5j, 5k, 5l, 5m by treatment with dimethylsulfate and chlorotrimethylsilane, respectively. From the alkynolethers 5h, 5i, 5j/5k, 5l/5m the orthoamide derivatives 4h,...
AbstractThe preparation of the vinylogue guanidinium salt 10c is described. The reaction of the vinylogue orthocarbonic acid amide derivative 12 with CH2-acidic compounds 14a–s affords the ketene aminals 15a–s. At room temperature the succinimide 19a is deprotonated by 12 to give the vinylogue...
Abstract[3+2] cycloadditions of ynones derived from glycine and (S)-alanine and some other dipolarophiles with azomethine imines, nitrile oxides, diazoacetate, and azidoacetate were studied. The dipolarophiles were obtained from α-amino acids, either by the reduction of the carboxy function with...
AbstractThe three isomers 1-methylquinolinium-2-, 3-, and 4-ethynyl(phenyl-4-carboxylates) belong to two distinct types of heterocyclic mesomeric betaines. The quinolinium substituted in position 3 is a cross-conjugated mesomeric betaine (CCMB), whereas the quinolinium derivatives substituted in...
AbstractIn this study, we report on the syntheses of novel angular fused azaacenes. For this purpose, the synthesis of the bis-diamine 2 (TABEF) could be shortened and optimized. The condensation reaction of 2 with different types of 1,2-diketones yielded new azaacene derivatives of types 10, 11...
AbstractThe thermal metal-free [2+2] cycloadditions of electron-poor acetylenes to some polysubstituted systems with conjugated double bonds (polysubstituted butadienes) are described.
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