2 edition of study of some quinoxaline and halo-pyridine complexes of transition-metals found in the catalog.
study of some quinoxaline and halo-pyridine complexes of transition-metals
D. E. Billing
Written in English
Thesis(Ph.D.) - Loughborough University of Technology 1967.
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The α- and γ-positions of a six-membered halo-azine, a 2- 4- or 6-halo-pyridine being the prototype, are activated for the initial nucleophilic addition step by two factors: (i) inductive and mesomeric withdrawal of electrons by the nitrogen and (ii) inductive withdrawal of electrons by the halogen.
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Nucleophilic Additions to Carbonyl Compounds The most typical situation is addition of an amine to a carbonyl group (Eq. 12): ð12Þ. Uses. — Basicity in aromatic hydrocarbons has been suggested as a means of characterization (6) and for the separation of various isomers (7).
These uses have also been employed in the study of azulenes (10). Bibliography 1. Hammett, L. P., Physical Organic Chemistry, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., Hew York, N.
Y., 19^0, p. 29^.