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Redistribution reactions of amine-boranes with amine-haloboranes

by Bruce Neil McMaster

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Borane,
  • Amines

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    Statementby Bruce Neil McMaster
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 312 leaves :
    Number of Pages312
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25932988M
    OCLC/WorldCa2672715

    Reactions of Amines. For brevity, we will only consider one type of reaction involving amines. As with other functional groups, numerous other reactions can occur, depending on the conditions. The reaction we will consider here involves alkyl halides and primary amines. Consider, for instance, propylamine and ethyl chloride (ethylene chloride. Frustrated Lewis Pairs beyond the Main Group: Cationic Zirconocene–Phosphinoaryloxide Complexes and Their Application in Catalytic Dehydrogenation of Amine Boranes.

    While the product of reaction (8) is the nucleophilic substitution product, it is not the final product. It loses a proton in reaction (9) that is not part of the SN1 mechanism. Reaction (9) is an acid/base reaction (Chapter 3) in which the protonated alcohol product from reaction (8) transfers a proton (H+ 3+-2 N 6. Amines are organic compounds and functional groups which contain a basic nitrogen atom with a lone pair of electrons. They are derivatives of ammonia where one or more hydrogen atom is replaced by substituent such as alkyl or aryl group.

    In the last twenty years Lewis adducts of boron trihalides and mixed boron trihalides have been examined using nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. The donor to which the boron trihalide attaches has generally been some type of amine (strong donor), though oxygen, sulfur, phosphorous, and other donors ahve also been studied. The boron trihalide portion serves as the Lewis acid. Various. A newway to produce amine-boranes has been created that promises to be safer and cheaper, and could lead to new uses in medicine, energy storage, rocket propulsion and other technologies. Amine.


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Redistribution reactions of amine-boranes with amine-haloboranes by Bruce Neil McMaster Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Occupy Wall Street TV NSA Clip Library. REDISTRIBUTION REACTIONS OF AMINE-BORANES WITH AMINE-HALOBORANES By Bruce Neil McMaster March, Chairman: George E. Ryschkewitsch Major Department: Chemistry Redistribution reactions between borane and haloborane adducts of amines are examined in hydrocarbon or halogenated hydrocarbon solvents.

Substitution Reactions at Tetracoordinate Boron: Synthesis of N-Heterocyclic Carbene Boranes with Boron−Heteroatom Bonds. Journal of the American Chemical Society(42), Cited by: 6. Dehydrogenation of amine-boranes is thermodynamically favourable, making the process attractive for hydrogen storage systems.

Ammonia borane has attracted particular interest due to its high weight percent of hydrogen (%). Dehydrogenation occurs in three steps, creating polyamino-boranes and borazines as insoluble side products.

The dehydrogenation reactions are irreversible, which limits. InManners and co‐workers investigated the redistribution of diborazanes and found that these species were easily dehydrogenated by the stable aminoborane iPr 2 N=BH 2. 19 Inspired by these findings, more simple amine–boranes were subjected to the same reaction conditions and they found that iPr 2 N=BH 2 was able to dehydrogenate Cited by: 7.

The substitution position (on the N or B atom) of amine–boranes plays an important role on the divergence of reaction pathways: ammonia–borane (NH 3 BH 3, AB) or N‐substituted amine–boranes NH n Me 3–n BH 3 (n = 0, 1, 2) give bicyclic spiroborate compounds 1a–d, whereas B‐substituted amine–borane NH 3 BH 2 Me leads to.

The deracemisation of dl-proline with d-amino acid oxidase from porcine kidney was initially investigated in order to compare the different reducing systems ().The reactions were performed according to the previously described procedure, HPLC monitoring 15 showed that the reduction step is slower with CTH (HCOONH 4 /Pd/C) than with the amine–boranes.

Amine - Amine - Reactions of amines: Amines characteristically form salts with acids; a hydrogen ion, H+, adds to the nitrogen.

With the strong mineral acids (e.g., H2SO4, HNO3, and HCl), the reaction is vigorous. Salt formation is instantly reversed by strong bases such as NaOH. Neutral electrophiles (compounds attracted to regions of negative charge) also react with amines; alkyl halides (R.

The dehydrocoupling of amine-boranes sits in a remarkably complex and nuanced landscape. Initial dehydrogenation to form amino-boranes is just the first step in a complex set of interconnecting reactions that involve both on-metal and off-metal processes.

Off-metal hydrogen redistribution reactions add yet further complexity. A series of trimethylamine-thioborane adducts, Me3NBH2SR (R = tBu [2a], nBu [2b], iPr [2c], Ph [2d], C6F5 [2e]) have been prepared and characterized.

Attempts to access secondary and primary amine adducts of thioboranes via amine-exchange reactions involving these species proved unsuccessful, with the thiolate moiety shown to be vulnerable to displacement by free amine.

However, treatment of. A method for preparing an amine borane from an alkali metal borohydride and an amine salt. The alkali metal borohydride is allowed to react with to equivalents of the amine salt in a solvent which contains water and an amine.

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Full text of "Trends in the proton NMR spectra of some amine-haloboranes: steric effects" See other formats. Reactions of the AlIII and GaIII bases Al(NiPr2)3 and E(NMe2)3 (E = Al, Ga) with the amine-boranes [iPr2NHBH3] and [tBuNH2BH3] give the amino-borane monomer [iPr2N = BH2] (4) and the borazine.

Reaction with nitrous acid. Nitrous acid is unstable and must be prepared in the reaction solution by mixing sodium nitrite with acid. Primary amines react with nitrous acid to yield a diazonium salt, which is highly unstable and degradates into a carbocation that is capable of reaction.

Amine boranes are highly selective reducers of carbonyl groups such as aldehydes and ketones. The reduction of benzaldehyde produces benzyl alcohol.1 They are inert towards carboxylic acids, esters or other functional groups.

The use of catalyst can improve the process dramatically.2,3 The amine borane adducts have a wide range of. The dehydropolymerization of amine‐boranes, exemplified as H2RBNR′H2, to produce polyaminoboranes (HRBNR′H)n that are inorganic analogues.

The Chemistry of Amines - Section 23 of Organic Chemistry Notes is 19 pages in length (page through page ) and covers ALL you'll need to know on the following lecture/book topics: SECTION 23 - Amines -- Primary (1°), Secondary (2°), and Tertiary (3°) Amines -.

The dehydropolymerization of amine–boranes, exemplified as H 2 RB⋅NR′H 2, to produce polyaminoboranes (HRBNR′H) n that are inorganic analogues of polyolefins with alternating main‐chain B−N units, is an area with significant potential, stemming from both fundamental (mechanism, catalyst development, main‐group hetero‐cross‐coupling) and technological (new polymeric materials.

The reaction of aldehydes and ketones with ammonia or 1º-amines forms imine derivatives, also known as Schiff bases (compounds having a C=N function).

Water is eliminated in the reaction, which is acid-catalyzed and reversible in the same sense as acetal formation. The pH for reactions which form imine compounds must be carefully controlled. (). AMINE BORANES AS SELECTIVE REDUCING AND HYDROBORATING AGENTS. A REVIEW. Organic Preparations and Procedures International: Vol.

16, No. 5, pp. Alkylation. It is instructive to examine these nitrogen substitution reactions, using the common alkyl halide class of electrophiles. Thus, reaction of a primary alkyl bromide with a large excess of ammonia yields the corresponding 1º-amine, presumably by an S N 2 mechanism.

The hydrogen bromide produced in the reaction combines with some of the excess ammonia, giving ammonium bromide as .Dehydrocoupling reactions, i.e. reactions involving elimination of H 2 between two E–H bonds, provide a clean route to E–E bonds within the main group.

The products afforded from these reactions have applications in organic synthesis and materials chemistry, and in addition the H 2 released during these reactions can also be useful as an energy source.The major industrial applications are in making rubber, dyes, pharmaceuticals and synthetic resins and fibres.

Certain tests are carried out for the identification of primary amines, secondary amines, and tertiary amines. One of the most popular tests is Hinsberg test and the reaction produced from this test is called the Hinsberg reaction.