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By A. R. & Boulton, A. J. [Eds]. Katritzky

ISBN-10: 0120206137

ISBN-13: 9780120206131

(from preface)Volume thirteen of this serial e-book contains six chapters of which 4 take care of basic money owed of compound sessions: 1-azirines (F. W. Fowler), phenanthridincs (B. R. T. Keene and P. Tissington), tri-thiapentalenes (N. Lozac'h), and heterocyclic fcrrocenes (F. D. Popp and E. B. Moynahan). the opposite chapters are thinking about specific points of the chemistry of teams of heterocycles: the tautomerism of purines (B. Pullman and A. Pullman) and quantitative points of the electrophilic substitution reactions of five-membercd jewelry (G. Marino).

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MOYNAHAN 24 [Sec. A. acid,lo8 while 109 was also obtained in addition to 2-(ferrocenylmethy1)cyclohexanone from 107 and N-cyclohexenylpyrrolidine in wet acetonitrile. l'~ The asymmetric lithiation has been discussed. of 1-ferrocenylmethyl-2-methylpiperidine The piperidine derivative (111) has been reportedlog from the reaction of piperidine and 112 in acetic acid with sodium tetraphenylborate. The piperidine derivative (113) arises from a displacement of e FB (108) R = - N (107) (109) R E - N 3 3 $3 0 (110) RE-N 0 OH l CH4H-CPhz Fe Pauson, J .

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45 46 48 48 51 60 62 63 63 69 74 76 I. Introduction Azirine is the term used to describe a three-membered heterocycle containing one nitrogen atom and one double bond. There are two isomeric azirines (1 and 2) which have been designated by ChernicaE Abstracts and “The Ring Index,” as 1H-and 2H-azirine, respectively. Due to some confusion in the literature using the “indicated hydrogen” nomenclature 2- and 1-azirine have been suggested as terms t o describe 1 and 2. Since many of the recent articles and texts have used the latter designations they will be used in this review.

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