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I. Reduction by Lithium-Amine The reduction of an aromatic system under controlled conditions is an important source of cycloalkanes. The procedure given here employs a solution of lithium in a mixture of low-boiling amines to accomplish that end and affords a mixture of octalins as product. The mixture may be separated by selective hydroboration (Chapter 4, Section III). OCTALIN FROM NAPHTHALENE (2) Li (CH 3 J 2 NH, C 2 H 5 NH 2 26 3. 2 mole) of naphthalene and 250 ml each of anhydrous ethylamine and dimethylamine is placed in a 1 liter, three-necked, round-bottom flask fitted with a mechanical stirrer and a Dry Ice condenser.
73, 4978 (1951). 17. E. L. Bennett and C. Niemann, /. Amer. Chem. Soc. 74, 5076 (1952). 18. D. S. Noyce, B. N. Bastian, P. T. S. Lau, R. S. Monson, and B. Weinstein, /. Org. Chem. 34, 1247 (1969). 7 Miscellaneous Elimination, Substitution, and Addition Reactions The following experimental procedures do not fall into any convenient categories, but all require reagents and techniques of general interest in organic synthesis. I. Methylenecyclohexane by Pyrolysis of an Amine Oxide The pyrolysis of amine oxides is a reliable synthesis of unrearranged olefins.
Advanced Organic Synthesis by Richard S. Monson