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By Alan R. Katritzky, Otto Meth-Cohn, and Charles W. Rees (Editors-in-Chief)

This quantity covers the formation of carbon-carbon single-, double- and triple bonds via substitution and addition reactions in addition to via quite a few rearrangements. The formation of carbon-carbon a number of bonds through removal and condensation methods is totally documented. moreover the synthesis of carbon-hydrogen bonds largely via substitution and addition reactions is featured as is the practise of a large choice of carbon-centred anions, cations and radicals.

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Di! phenyl ! 4\5 ! dihydrobenzoðhŁquinolin! 2! 2! 2! Ethylpentane 77 Aniline Cyclohexane 88 Diphenylamine Cyclohexane 88 ÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐ * Pt, H2 + N Pt, H2 + N H Scheme 7 In all\ this is a good method for defunctionalizing simple amines to their corresponding hydro! butyltin hydride was used to reduce a series of similar compounds as shown in Scheme 7 ð77SC0196Ł[ This appears to be the only examination of this reagent as an amine reductant[ Tem!

Ethylpentane 77 Aniline Cyclohexane 88 Diphenylamine Cyclohexane 88 ÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐ * Pt, H2 + N Pt, H2 + N H Scheme 7 In all\ this is a good method for defunctionalizing simple amines to their corresponding hydro! butyltin hydride was used to reduce a series of similar compounds as shown in Scheme 7 ð77SC0196Ł[ This appears to be the only examination of this reagent as an amine reductant[ Tem! sulfonic acid "Scheme 04# or chloramine with aryl!

Triphenylpyridinium salts "0# are reduced by sodium borohydride in good yields to the 0\1! "CH1R#! allyl type substituent may undergo deamination via an electrocyclic course "Scheme 4#[ Ph Ph D Ph Ph Ph N Ph D N • • H2C + D Scheme 4 Ph D D D Ph Ph N + D Scheme 5 20 CarbonÐNitro`en Bonds The second group consists of primary alkylamines[ These amines react readily with 1\2\4\5! substi! tuted ! 1\2\4\5 ! tetraphenyl ! 0\3 ! dihydro! ClC5H3CH1 51 ÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐÐ * Primary arylamines make up the third and _nal group[ The method described above for alkyl!

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