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FORMATION AND THERMAL TRANSFORMATIONS OF EXTENDED DIPOLAR IMIDOYLAZIMINES

Author
BARR JJ; STORR RC
LIVERPOOL UNIV. ROBERT ROBINSON LAB., LIVERPOOL L69 3BX, GBR
Source
J. CHEM. SOC., PERKIN TRANS., 1; GBR; DA. 1979; NO 1; PP. 185-191; BIBL. 19 REF.
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
HETEROCYCLE AZOTE COMPOSE TRICYCLIQUE YLURE REACTION THERMIQUE CYCLOADDITION DIPOLAIRE STABILITE CHIMIQUE CYCLE 5 CHAINONS COMPOSE BICYCLIQUE HETEROCYCLE OXYGENE AZOTE PYROLYSE BENZOCINNOLINIOAMIDURE(ALPHA -(ALPHA -ARYLIMINOBENZYL))!FIN!ENT BENZOCINNOLINIOAMIDURE(ALPHA -ARYL)!FIN BENZOCINNOLINIOAMIDURE(ALPHA -(ALPHA -ALKYLIMINOBENZYL))!FIN!ENT TRIAZOLE-1,2,4((AMINO-2P BIPHENYLYL-2)-1 PHENYL-3)!FIN BENZOCINNOLINIOAMIDURE(ALPHA -(ALPHA -IMINOBENZYL))!FIN BENZOCINNOLINE!FIN QUINAZOLINE(ISOPROPYLAMINO-4)!FIN TRIAZOLE-1,2,4(TRIPHENYL-1,3,5)!FIN QUINAZOLINE(DIPHENYL-2,4)!FIN OXADIAZOLE-1,2,4(DIPHENYL-3,5)!FIN DIOXANNE!SUB BENZENE(TRICHLORO-1,2,4)!SUB CHIMIE ORGANIQUE
Keyword (en)
NITROGEN HETEROCYCLE TRICYCLIC COMPOUND YLIDE THERMAL REACTION DIPOLAR CYCLOADDITION CHEMICAL STABILITY FIVE MEMBERED RING BICYCLIC COMPOUND OXYGEN NITROGEN HETEROCYCLE PYROLYSIS ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
Keyword (es)
QUIMICA ORGANICA
Classification
Pascal
001 Exact sciences and technology / 001C Chemistry / 001C01 General and physical chemistry

Discipline
General chemistry and physical chemistry
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
PASCAL7960317573

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