Nucleophilic radical substitution of polychloroazines

Nobuhiro Kanomata, Mamoru Igarashi, Masaru Tada

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    Abstract

    Polychloroazines (1-6) are susceptible to homolytic chlorine substitution by alkyl radicals. In general, the chlorine at the ortho-position to the ring nitrogen is readily replaced by an alkyl radical like adamantyl and tert-butyl. However, the chlorine at the C2-position of pyrimidine did not show any sign of the radical substitution. The reactivity decreases in the order of adamantyl, tert-butyl, and isopropyl radicals.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)1127-1138
    Number of pages12
    JournalHeterocycles
    Volume36
    Issue number5
    Publication statusPublished - 1993 May 1

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    Kanomata, N., Igarashi, M., & Tada, M. (1993). Nucleophilic radical substitution of polychloroazines. Heterocycles, 36(5), 1127-1138.