Author

Weisenberger

Date of Award

7-1964

Degree Name

Master of Arts

Department

Chemistry

First Advisor

Dr. Don C. Iffland

Access Setting

Masters Thesis-Open Access

Abstract

Introduction

It has been shown that ketohydrazones react with lead tetraacetate to give azoacetates in good yields (11) according to the following equation:

R2C=N-NH-R + Pb(OAc)4 → R2C(OAc)-N=N-R + Pb(OAe)2 + HOAc

The reaction of the structurally related 4,4- disubstituted ketosemicarbazones with lead tetraacetate quite unexpectedly gave carbamates in good yields (10) presumably according to the following equation:

R2C=N-NH-Co-NR2 + Pb(OAc)4 → R2C-O-CO-NR2 + N2 + Pb(OAc)2 + HOAc

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CH3

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