Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry Volume 57

Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry
 
Author:
Alan R. Katritzky
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN No: 0-12-020757-5
Release at: 1993
Pages: 423
Edition:
Volume 57
File Size: 16 MB
File Type: pdf
Language: English



Description of Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry Volume 57

Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry Volume 57 of our series consists of five chapters. In the first, J. Barluenga and M. Tomas of the University of Oviedo, Spain, summarize the varied methods for the synthesis of heterocycles from azadienes with sections covering 1-azadienes, 2-azadienes, and I ,3-diazadienes, all classes of compounds whose importance has increased enormously in the past few years and to whose chemistry the Oviedo group has contributed most significantly.

Content of Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry Volume 57



Synthesis of Heterocycles from Azadienes
JOSE BARLUENGA AND MIGUEL TOMAS
Introduction ............................................................
Synthesis of Heterocycles Using I-Azadienes .............................
Synthesis of Heterocycles Using 2-Azadienes ............................. 
Synthesis of Heterocycles Using 1,3-Diazadienes ......................... References ..............................................................
1,2,CTriazolo[ 1,5-u]pyrimidines
GUNTHER FISCHER
I. Introduction.. ............................... 82
11. Syntheses .... ......................................... 84
111. Structure.. .................................. ............... 102
IV. Reactivity .... ...................................................... 109
.. 126
References ............................................... 128
Advances in Tetramic Acid Chemistry
HANS-GEORG HENNING AND ANKE GELBIN
I. Introduction.. ........................................................... 140
11. 3-Acyl-4-amino-l,5-dihydro-2-pyrrolones ................................. 146
111. 3-Acyl-l,5-dihydro-4-hydroxy-2-pyrrolones ............................... 152
IV. 1,5-Dihydro-4-hydroxy-2-pyrrolones (Tetramic Acids) .................... 166
References .............................................................. 179
Piperazine.2. 5.diones and Related Lactim Ethers
SRINIVASACHARI RJAPPA AND
MANDAKINI VISHWANATH NATEKAR
I. Introduction ............................................................. 188
11. Synthesis of Piperazine.2. 5.diones ........................................ 189
111. Structure and Physical Properties ......................................... 200
IV. Reactivity of Piperazine.2, 5.diones ....................................... 204
V. Lactim Ethers ........................................................... 254
References .............................................................. 281
VI. N.Hydroxypiperazine.2, 5.diones ... 
VII . Applications of Piperazine-2.5-diones .....................................
Halogenation of Heterocycles: I. Five-Membered Rings
M. Ross GRIMMETT
I. Introduction ............................................................. 292
References .............................................................. 376
I1. Halogenation Methods ...................................................

GET THIS BOOK
Categories:
Similar Books

0 comments: