Date of Award
Master of Arts
Dr. Don C. Iffland
Lillian H. Mayer
Masters Thesis-Open Access
The reaction of lead tetraacetate with compounds of the following general structure (not able to enter here) was first reported by Iffland and Criner (12). In the case of ketoximes (A = oxygern), a nitrosoacetate was produced which was oxidized to the more stable acetoxy-nitrocompound as follows: (not able to enter here)
The generality of the reaction was established by preparation of a series of acetoxy-nitrocompounds from alicyclic and aliphatic ketoximes. The apparently similar reaction of cyclohexanonephenylhydrazone (A = N-¢) with lead tetraacetate was reported, but the reaction product was not identified.
Cerda, "The Reaction of N, N-Disubstituted Ketohydrazones with Lead Tetraacetate" (1961). Master's Theses. 4400.