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The Chemistry of Imidoyl Halides

Author: Henri Ulrich
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1995.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Primarily, the aim of this book is to provide a reference work for senior students and research workers engaged in the synthetic aspects of chemistry. The various classes of compounds under discussion provide useful interme­ diates for the synthesis of numerous nitrogen-containing derivatives. Imidoyl halides are also intermediates in several classical name reactions, such as the Gattermann, Houben-Hoesch, and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Henri Ulrich
ISBN: 9781468489477 146848947X 9781468489491 1468489496
OCLC Number: 840289898
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: 1. Introduction --
I. Scope --
II. Reactivity --
III. General Reactions --
IV. Physicochemical Data --
V. References --
2. Carbonimidoyl Dihalides --
I. Introduction --
II. Synthesis --
III. Physicochemical Properties --
IV. Chemical Behavior --
V. References --
3. Imidoyl Halides --
I. Introduction --
II. Synthesis --
III. Physicochemical Properties --
IV. Chemical Behavior --
V. References --
4. Haloformamidines --
I. Introduction --
II. Synthesis --
III. Physicochemical Properties --
IV. Chemical Behavior --
V. References --
5. 1-Haloformimidates and 1-Halothioformimidates --
I. Introduction --
II. Synthesis --
III. Physicochemical Properties --
IV. Chemical Behavior --
V. References --
6. Hydroxamoyl Halides --
I. Introduction --
II. Synthesis --
III. Physicochemical Properties --
IV. Chemical Behavior --
V. References --
7. Hydrazidoyl Halides --
I. Introduction --
II. Synthesis --
III. Physicochemical Properties --
IV. Chemical Behavior --
V. References --
8. Cyclic Imidoyl Halides --
I. Introduction --
II. Three-Membered Ring Imidoyl Halides --
III. Five-Membered Ring Imidoyl Halides --
IV. Six-Membered Ring Imidoyl Halides --
V. Seven-Membered Ring Imidoyl Halides --
VI. References.
Responsibility: by Henri Ulrich.

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Some imidoyl halides have shown interesting agricultural activities, and the generation of highly reactive species (ketenimines, nitrile oxides, nitrile imides, carbodiimides, etc.) from imidoyl  Read more...

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