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DATE

1988

AUTHORS

V. I. Minkin , L. P. Olekhnovich , Yu. A. Zhdanov

ABSTRACT

The section considers in some detail molecular design and research data of carbonotropy, i.e. tautomerism which is characterized by rapid and reversible migrations between individual atomic centers in molecules of groups linked with these centers via a carbon atom. Processes of breaking and making of the carbon— heteroatom bonds are of prime importance in the reactions studied by organic chemistry and biochemistry. The problem of the carbonotropic tautomerism as a permanent reaction modelling the elementary acts of such processes was formulated for the first time in the early seventies [1, 2]. With regard to their intrinsic mechanisms, carbonotropic tautomeric systems can be divided into two types. In systems of the first type, the processes of breaking and making of chemical bonds between the carbon atom of the migrating group and nucleophilic centers of the rest of the molecule occur which model the typical reactions of bimolecular nucleophilic substitution at the carbon atom. Tautomeric compounds in which there occur intramolecular reactions of electrophilic substitution at the carbon atom of the migrating group belong to the second type of carbonotropic systems. Numerous examples have been found in the extensive and thoroughly-studied domain of carbonium ion rearrangements [3–11]. More... »

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50-134

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TITLE

Molecular Design of Tautomeric Compounds

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978-94-010-7140-6
978-94-009-1429-2

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