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Aromatic diazo compounds

K. H. Saunders

Aromatic diazo compounds

by K. H. Saunders

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Published by E. Arnold in London, Baltimore, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Diazo compounds.

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    StatementK.H. Saunders, R.L.M. Allen.
    ContributionsAllen, R. L. M., Saunders, K. H.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD341.A9 S25 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxv, 899 p. :
    Number of Pages899
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2294277M
    ISBN 100713134992
    LC Control Number86164554

      AMINO ACIDS. Some natural amino acids contain diazo groups. 43,44 Notable examples include azaserine and 6-diazooxo-norleucine (DON), which are nearly isosteric to glutamine (Figure 1D). 45 Both amino acids were isolated initially from Streptomyces cultures and exhibit antibiotic and tumor inhibitory properties. 43,46 These diazo compounds effectively inhibit amidotransferases Cited by: Citation: Aljamali NM () Review in Azo Compounds and its Biological Activity. Biochem Anal Biochem 4: doi: / Volume 4 • Issue 2 •

    Organic Chemistry: Made Simple provides an introduction to the fundamental concepts of organic chemistry. A systematic approach to the subject is adopted with compounds classified according to the functional groups present. A non-mathematical approach is applied to the modern theories of chemical structure and bonding. Each chapter also contains a summary and most conclude with a set of problems. Diazo chemistry. 1, Aromatic and heteroaromatic compounds. [Heinrich Zollinger] Part 5 Acid-base and isomerization reactions of diazo compounds in water: the aromatic diazonium ion as a dibasic acid; the combined system of acid-base addition, (Z)/(E)- and prototropic isomerization reactions of arenediazonium ions; kinetics and equilibria of.

    C Diazo Compounds. The parent of the diazo compounds, diazomethane, \(\ce{CH_2=} \overset{\oplus}{\ce{N}} \ce{=} \overset{\ominus}{\ce{N}}\), has been mentioned before in connection with ylide reactions for ring enlargement (Section A) and the preparation of methyl esters from acids (Table ).It is one of the most versatile and useful reagents in organic chemistry, despite the fact. Part 5 Acid-base and isomerization reactions of diazo compounds in water: the aromatic diazonium ion as a dibasic acid-- the combined system of acid-base addition, (Z)/ (E)- and prototropic isomerization reactions of arenediazonium ions-- kinetics and equilibria of arenediazonium ions in water.


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Aromatic diazo compounds by K. H. Saunders Download PDF EPUB FB2

Heinrich Zollinger Diazo Chemistry I Aromatic and Heteroaromatic Compounds By the author of Color Chemistry. Diazo compounds play an important role as reaction intermediates and reagents in organic synthesis.

This book is a critical, well-referenced and eminently readable introduction to the chemistry of aromatic and heteroaromatic diazo published: 28 Jun, Aromatic Diazo Compounds Subsequent Edition by K. Saunders (Author) › Visit Amazon's K. Saunders Page.

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Allen (Author) Cited by: Diazo compounds play an important role as reaction intermediates and reagents in organic synthesis. This Aromatic diazo compounds book is a critical, well referenced and eminently readable introduction to the chemistry of aromatic and heteroaromatic diazo compounds.

Diazo chemistry: aromatic and heteroaromatic compounds, Volume 1. By the author of Color Chemistry. Diazo compounds play an important role as reaction intermediates and reagents in organic synthesis.

This book is a critical, well referenced and eminently readable introduction to the chemistry of aromatic and heteroaromatic diazo compounds. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revised edition of: The aromatic diazo-compounds and their technical applications.

2nd. Part 2 Methods for the preparation of aromatic and heteroaromatic diazo compounds: diazotization of amines with alkali nitrite in dilute aqueous mineral acids; diazotization in concentrated mineral acid; isolation of diazonium salts; diazotization of 2- and 4-aminophenols; formation of diazonium salts under anhydrous conditions; other reactions involving formation of aromatic diazonium Author: Heinrich Zollinger.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Previous edition: published as The aromatic diazo-compounds and their technical applications. - metal complexes with diazonium and diazo compounds.

Many tables and reaction schemes as well as copious literature citations make this book a highly valuable reference work for synthetic organic chemists, inorganic chemists, organometallic chemists and industrial chemists. RETURN TO ISSUE PREV Book and Media Revie Book and Media Review NEXT.

The Aromatic Diazo-Compounds and Their Technical Application (Saunders, K. H.) Robert E. Rose ; Cite this: J. Chem. Educ.14, 6, Publication Date (Print): June 1, Publication History.

Received 3 Author: Robert E. Rose. IN this very concise treatise the author has summarized the history of the industrially important diazo-compounds since their earliest recognition by Peter Gries in until the present time.

Without exception the amines are free from substituent groups able to form salts with alkalis, and so allow soap to loosen the pigment from the fibre. Tens of thousands of diazo-compounds of this kind have been prepared, combined with o-hydroxycarboxyarylamides, and the dyeings tested for their fastness properties.

Compounds with the diazo moiety should be distinguished from diazonium compounds, which have the same terminal azo group but bear an overall positive charge, and azo compounds in which the azo group bridges two organic substituents.

Part II discusses aliphatic compounds such as hydrocarbons, halogen derivatives of the paraffins, and alcohols and ethers. Part III covers aromatic compounds including benzene and its derivatives; aromatic amines, diazo compounds, and dyes; and phenols and aromatic alcohols.

texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK The Aromatic Diazo-compounds And Their Technical Applications The Aromatic Diazo-compounds And Their Technical Applications by Saunders, K. Publication date Topics NATURAL SCIENCES, Chemistry. Crystallography.

Reactions of Diazonium Salts Reactions of Diazonium Salts Definition: Treatment of diazonium salts with various reagents leads to the formation of a new bond to the aromatic ring and loss of nitrogen (N 2). Reactions of Diazonium Salts Explained: Aryldiazonium salts are extremely useful because the diazonium group can readily be converted into many other groups which otherwise cannot be easily.

Due to these hazards, diazonium compounds are usually not isolated. Instead they are used in situ. This approach is illustrated in the preparation of an arylsulfonyl compound: Diazo coupling reactions. The most widely practiced reaction of diazonium salts is azo coupling.

In this process, the diazonium compound is attacked by, i.e., coupled to, electron-rich substrates. Step 1 is the conversion of an aromatic amine to a diazo compound (i.e.

Ar-NH2 → Ar-N2+), a process known as diazotization, and step 2 is the reaction of the diazo compound with a phenol, naphthol, aromatic amine, or a compound that has an active methylene group, to produce the corresponding azo dye, a process known as diazo coupling (e.g.

Diazo chemistry I: Aromatic and heteroatomic compounds Diazo chemistry I: Aromatic and heteroatomic compounds Griffiths, J. Dyes and Pigments, Vol. 27, No. 3, pp.Elsevier Science Ltd Printed in Great Britain /95 $ + ELSEVIER (94) Book Review Diazo Chemistry I: Aromatic and Heteroatomic : Griffiths, J.

The most important application of diazo coupling reactions is electrophilic aromatic substitution of activated benzene derivatives by diazonium electrophiles. The products of such reactions are highly colored aromatic azo compounds that find use as synthetic dyestuffs, commonly referred to.

A Concise Text-Book of Organic Chemistry presents a concise account of organic chemistry and covers organic compounds ranging from aliphatic hydrocarbons and aliphatic acids to amino and nitro compounds, carbohydrates, and aromatic acids. The Aromatic Amines The Diazo Compounds Secondary and Tertiary Aromatic Amines The Aromatic Side-chain Book Edition: 1.

Aromatic Halogen Compounds Aromatic Sulphonic Acids Aromatic Nitro Compounds Summary Problem Set No. 9 13 Aromatic Amines, Diazo Compounds, and Dytes Aniline Other Common Aromatic Amines Diazotization Dyes Summary Problem Set No.

10 14 Phenols and Aromatic Alcohols Preparation Properties and Reactions of Phenol Substitution Reactions of PhenolBook Edition: 1.The work of Griess on aromatic diazo compounds was followed by the discovery of diazo acetic ester by Curtius, who turned to good account the suggestion of Baeyer that the acid part of glycihe.of aromatic diazonium salts and diazo compounds.

Chapter 7 covers reactions in which the nitrogen is replaced, Chapter 8 ronsiders the diszosmino compounds, and Chapters 10 and 11 are concerned with coupling reactions.

These constitute almost half the book. Chapters 5 snd 6 take up aliphatic diazo eompounds. Chapter 9 discusses.