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Title: S N H Alkyl carbamoyl amination of 3-nitropyridine: competitive synthesis of nitro- and nitrosopyridine derivatives
Authors: Avakyan, E. K.
Авакян, Е. К.
Borovlev, I. V.
Боровлев, И. В.
Demidov, O. P.
Демидов, О. П.
Amangasieva, G. A.
Амангазиева, Г. А.
Pobedinskaya, D. Y.
Побединская, Д. Ю.
Keywords: 3-nitropyridine;SN H alkyl carbamoyl amination;SN H methodology;Ureas
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Springer New York LLC
Citation: Avakyan, E.K., Borovlev, I.V., Demidov, O.P., Amangasieva, G.A., Pobedinskaya, D.Y. S N H Alkyl carbamoyl amination of 3-nitropyridine: competitive synthesis of nitro- and nitrosopyridine derivatives // Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds. - 2017. - Volume 53. - Issue 11. - pp. 1207-1213.
Series/Report no.: Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds
Abstract: A method has been developed for oxidative SN H alkyl carbamoyl amination of 3-nitropyridine in anhydrous DMSO. When anions of alkyl- and 1,1-dialkylureas were used as nucleophiles, an unusual formation of a mixture consisting of 1-alkyl(1,1-dialkyl)-3-(5-nitropyridin-2-yl)ureas and their nitroso analogs occurred, which was the first such observation with 3-nitropyridine. Only the nitro products formed in the presence of nitrobenzene. Additionally, a range of N-oxides were obtained on the basis of the synthesized compounds
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