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|Title:||A short and faster entrée to N-oxides: Transition metal acetylacetonates promoted aerobic oxidative transformation of tertiary nitrogen compounds to N-oxides|
Ramteke, D S
|Abstract:||Transition metal acetylacetonates promoted aerobic oxidation methodology involving molecular oxygen as an oxidant with co-oxidant like isobutyraldehyde have been used for oxidative transformation of variety of tertiary nitrogen compounds to its N-oxides. The system of O<sub>2</sub>-aldehyde metal acetylacetonates needs shorter reaction time than simple molecular O<sub>2</sub>-aldehyde system without catalyst for oxidative conversion of tertiary nitrogen to corresponding N-oxides. The corresponding N-oxides have been obtained in near quantitative yield using transition metal acetylacetonates of Fe (II), Ni (II), VO (V) and Mn (II).|
|Appears in Collections:||IJC-B Vol.51B(02) [February 2012]|
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