Synthesis of fused nonaromatic heterocyclic systems based on dioxolanones and hydrazine View Full Text


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2006-12-01

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Yu. B. Chudinov, S. B. Gashev, V. V. Semenov

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Transformations of N-aminooxazolidinones were studied. These transformations occur by different pathways depending on the reaction conditions and the structure of the starting compound. Heating of N-aminooxazolidinones in an acidic medium leads to the ring expansion to form 1,3,4-oxadiazin-2-ones. The treatment of N-benzoylamino-and N-benzylamino-oxazolidinones with polyphosphoric acid (PPA) affords tricyclic structures, viz., phthalazine derivatives. In the reactions with PPA, 5-(2-phenylethyl)-substituted N-aminooxazolidinones and 6-(2-phenylethyl)-substituted oxatetrahydropyridazin-2-ones undergo intramolecular amidoalkylation to form compounds containing the tetrahydronaphthalene fragment. More... »

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2238-2246

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