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*  N-Sulfinyl imine
N-Sulfinyl imines (N-sulfinylimines, sulfinimines, thiooxime S-oxides) are a class of imines bearing a sulfinyl group attached ... A more general method for the preparation of N-sulfinyl imines is the asymmetric oxidation of achiral sulfenyl-imines with a ... Davis in 1974 by oxidation of p-toluene-sulfenyl imines with m-CPBA. Enantiopure p-toluene-sulfinyl imines, described by M. ... These imines display usefully stereoselectivity reactivity and due to the presence of the chiral electron withdrawing N- ...
*  Dizocilpine
11-imines & Anticonvulsant Use Thereof", issued 1983-08-16, assigned to MERCK & CO INC Foster AC, Fagg GE (1987). "Neurobiology ...
*  Chiral auxiliary
Ellman, J. A.; Owens, T. D.; Tang, T. P. (2002). "N-tert-Butanesulfinyl Imines: Versatile Intermediates for the Asymmetric ... wherein both oxygen and nitrogen of the sulfinyl imine coordinate magnesium. Addition of a Grignard reagent to a tert- ... isomer of the corresponding aldimines and ketimines or N-Sulfinyl imines. Condensation of tert-butanesulfinamide with aldehydes ...
*  Acetone imine
... the acetone imine must be dried because it hydrolyzes when exposed to water Acetone imine is a colorless, flammable, volatile, ... Acetone imine, or 2-propanimide is an organic compound and an imide with the chemical formula (CH3)2CNH. It is a volatile and ... The method to synthesize acetone imine is similar to the production of acetone oxime. The only difference is that it is made by ... "Hydrolysis of imines to give ketones (or aldehydes) - Master Organic Chemistry". www.masterorganicchemistry.com. ...
*  Sydnone imine
... is the imine of sydnone where the keto functional group of sydnone (=O) has been replaced with an imine (=NH) ... A sydnone imine substructure can be found in the drugs feprosidnine, mesocarb, molsidomine, ciclosidomine, and linsidomine. ... Sydnone imine is a mesoionic heterocyclic aromatic chemical compound. ...
*  Imine Diels-Alder reaction
Thus, (E) imines, in which the lone pair and larger imine carbon substituent are cis, tend to give exo products. (2) When the ... The imine Diels-Alder reaction involves the transformation of all-carbon dienes and imine dienophiles into tetrahydropyridines ... 5) Attaching an electron-withdrawing group to the imine nitrogen increases the reactivity of the imine. The exo isomer usually ... These reactions involve the lowest unoccupied molecular orbital (LUMO) of the imine, meaning that imines substituted with ...
*  Retro-Diels-Alder reaction
... imines, alkenes > alkynes Because the Diels-Alder reaction exchanges two π bonds for two σ bonds, it is intrinsically ...
*  Titanium(III) chloride
It reduces oximes to imines. Titanium trichloride can reduce nitrate to ammonium ion thereby allowing for the sequential ...
*  Asymmetric hydrogenation
Ketones and imines are related functional groups, and effective technologies for the asymmetric hydrogenation of each are also ... For example, a consistent system for benzylic aryl imines uses the P,N ligand SIPHOX in conjunction with iridium(I) in a ... One of these is in the asymmetric hydrogenation of N-unfunctionalized imines to give primary amines. Such species can be ... Iridium/P,N ligand-based systems are also commonly used for the asymmetric hydrogenation of ketones and imines. ...
*  Ketene
With imines beta-lactams are formed. This is the Staudinger synthesis, a facile route to this important class of compounds. ...
*  Sydnone
Claude V. Greco; Wayne H. Nyberg & C. C. Cheng (1962). "Synthesis of Sydnones and Sydnone Imines". Journal of Medicinal ... Chemical compounds with unusual names Montréalone Münchnone Sydnone imine IUPAC, Compendium of Chemical Terminology, 2nd ed. ( ... A sydnone imine in which the keto group of sydnone (=O) has been replaced with an imino (=NH) group can be found as a ...
*  Conflict-free replicated data type
Oster, Gérald; Urso, Pascal; Molli, Pascal; Imine, Abdessamad (2006). "Data consistency for P2P collaborative editing": 259. ...
*  Staudinger synthesis
Generally, (E)-imines form cis β-lactams while (Z)-imines form trans β-lactams. Other substituents affect the stereochemistry ... The Staudinger Synthesis, also called the Staudinger Ketene-Imine Cycloaddition, is a chemical synthesis in which an imine ... The imine can be replaced by adding olefin to produce a cyclobutanone, carbonyl to produce a β-lactone, or carbodiimides to ... A Wolff Rearrangement of the diazoacetoacetate enone (pink) forms a stable ketene, which reacts with the imine to form a stable ...
*  Aminophosphonate
... s are often prepared by the condensation of imines and phosphorous acid. More commonly the esters of ... "Catalytic Enantioselective Hydrophosphonylation of Aldehydes and Imines". Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis. 350: 1195-1208. doi: ... "Catalytic Enantioselective Hydrophosphonylation of Aldehydes and Imines". Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis. 350: 1195-1208. doi: ...
*  Metal salen complexes
Salalens are intermediate between salan and salens: one side of the compound bears an imine, while the other side bears a free ... The ligands consist of phenol and Schiff base (aryl-imine groups. Salen ligands are prepared by the condensation of a ... The similar salan ligands are saturated at the nitrogen; these compounds are amines rather than imines. ...
*  Ionic hydrogenation
Less common are imines and N-heterocycles. The reaction can also be performed in reverse to effect hydrogenolysis. Liquid ...
*  Enamine
This usually will rearrange to the imine; however there are several exceptions (such as aniline). The enamine-imine tautomerism ... If one of the nitrogen substituents is a hydrogen atom, H, it is the tautomeric form of an imine. ... Strong bases such as (LiNR2 can be used to deprotonate imines and form metalloenamines. Metalloenamines can prove synthetically ... Collective Volume, 5, p. 277 Imines and Enamines , PharmaXChange.info Capon, Brian; Wu, Zhen Ping (April 1990). "Comparison of ...
*  Frustrated Lewis pair
More electron rich imines reduce at faster rates than electron poor imines. The protonated imine undergoes nucleophilic attack ... Reduction of imines and nitriles to give primary and secondary amines traditionally is effected by metal hydride reagents, e.g ... methoxy-substituted imines exhibit to superior yield and ee's. Catalytic hydrogenation of internal alkynes to cis-alkenes is ... It was found that increasing steric bulk of the imine substituents lead to decreased yield and ee of the amine product. ...
*  Organosilicon
Other unsaturated functional groups-alkynes, imines, ketones, and aldehydes. An example is the hydrosilation of phenylacetylene ...
*  Sodium borohydride
It will reduce acyl chlorides, thiol esters and imines. Under typical conditions, it will not reduce esters, amides, or ...
*  Danishefsky's diene
Reactions with imines and nitro-olefins have been reported. It was first synthesized by the reaction of trimethylsilyl chloride ... 61, p.147 (1983). Link Asymmetric aza-Diels-Alder reaction of Danishefsky's diene with imines in a chiral reaction medium Pegot ... 2000 Jan;6(1):123-8. PMID 10747395 Catalytic enantioselective aza-Diels-alder reactions of imines--an approach to optically ... Alder Reaction of Danishefsky's Diene with Imines Yu Yuan,Xin Li, and Kuiling Ding Organic Letters 2002 4 (19), 3309-3311 doi: ...
*  Activation of cyclopropanes by transition metals
Liu, Lei; Montgomery, John (2007-09-01). "[3+2] Cycloaddition Reactions of Cyclopropyl Imines with Enones". Organic Letters. 9 ... "Catalyst-Dependent Divergent Synthesis of Pyrroles from 3-Alkynyl Imine Derivatives: A Noncarbonylative and Carbonylative ...
*  Amine
Imine formation is an important reaction. Primary amines react with ketones and aldehydes to form imines. In the case of ... RNH2 + R′2C=O → R′2C=NR + H2O Reduction of these imines gives secondary amines: R′2C=NR + H2 → R′2CH-NHR Similarly, secondary ... Acid-base extraction Amine gas treating Ammine Biogenic amine Imine IUPAC nomenclature for the official naming rules for amines ...
*  Feprosidnine
... is a mesoionic sydnone imine. Veksler IG, Riabukha VN, Balitskiĭ KP, Al'tshuler RA, Mashkovskiĭ MD. ...
*  Nitrile reduction
The resulting imine is a relatively stable intermediate that can be hydrolzed to the aldehyde. DIBAL-H is added in controlled ... Aldehydes can also form using a hydrogen donor followed by in-situ hydrolysis of an imine. Useful reagents for this reaction ... Urushibara Cobalt Imine Nishimura, Shigeo (2001). Handbook of Heterogeneous Catalytic Hydrogenation for Organic Synthesis (1st ... Depending on reaction conditions, intermediate imines can also undergo attack by amine products to afford secondary and ...