By Alan R. Katritzky
(from preface)The influence of substituents on benzenoid reactivity has been the most generally investigated branches of chemistry. The scattered info on pyridine substitution are actually assembled in a evaluate through R. A. Abramovitch and J. G. Saha that's as priceless for exhibiting what continues to be performed as for what has been completed. R. E. Lyle and P. S. Anderson survey reactions of nitrogen heterocycles with advanced hydrides, and the heterocyclic chemistry of nitriles and nitrilium salts is roofed via P. Johnson and R. Madronero.Each of the rest 3 chapters bargains with a bunch of compounds: cyclic en amines (K. Blaha and O. Cervinka), pyrazoles (A. N. Kost and that i. I. Grandberg), and physicochemical features of purines (J. H. Lister).Suggestions are welcome for contributions to additional volumes; they need to be within the kind of a quick synopsis.We thank the Editorial Board, the publishers, and the authors for his or her cooperation.
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Nucleophilic Reactions of N-Substituted Purines A more pronounced effect on the n-electron structure is produced by N-alkylation than by C-substitution, replacing the ring nitrogen proton by alkyl groups restricts the number of anionic forms and of tautomeric structures. The alkylated purines can be stabilized toward base attack by anion formation, but if no proton is available then fission of one of the rings is likely. Purines alkylated at N-1 are not common, those of adenine readily undergoing intramolecular rearrangementz5 with alkali affording good examples of the Dimroth rearrangement (see Section 111,4).
B. Acridine . . . . . . . C. Indole Ring System . . . . . VII. Reduction of Heterocycles Containing Two Nitrogen Atoms. A. 1,l-Diazines . . . . . . B. l,3-Diazines . . . . . . C. 1,2-Diazines . . . . . . D. Two Nitrogen Atoms in Different Rings . VIII. Reductions of Azoles . . . . . A. Oxazoles, Isoxazoles, and Their Polynuclear Derivatives . . . . . . . . . . 45 . . . 46 . 55 55 65 68 69 70 73 73 73 74 75 77 77 78 78 80 80 83 84 85 86 87 46 ROBERT E.
A. R. Katritzky and J. M. Lagowski, “Heterocyclic Chemistry,” p. 69. Wiley, New York, 1960. See. ] REDUCTIONS WITH COMPLEX METAL HYDRIDES 47 systems, but the correlations derived from these studies should be applicable to other heterocycles. Because of the relative reactivity of the metal hydrides and the solubility properties of the nitrogen heterocycles and hydrides, lithium aluminum hydride or a similar reagent is effective with the amines, and sodium borohydride with the amine salts. The former reaction most often leads to dihydropyridines, whereas the latter reaction gives predominantly tetrahydropyridines.
Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry by Alan R. Katritzky