Reactivity of N-2-(1,1-Dichloroalkylidene) Cyclohexylamines. II

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N. De Kimpe

2010

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  • Treatment of N‐2‐(1,1‐dichloroalkylidene) cyclohexylamines with excess sodium methylate in methanol under reflux afforded N‐2‐(1,1‐dimethoxyalkylidene)‐cyclohexylamines, which were hydrolysed to the corresponding 1,1‐dimethoxy‐2‐alkanones.
  • N‐1‐(2,2‐dichloro‐1‐phenylpropylidene) cyclohexylamine on the other hand yielded dehydrochlorination and nucleophilic substitution.
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