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|Title:||Aldimine→amide conversion via oxygen atom transfer from water mediated by rhenium oxidation states: Reaction model and synthetic utilization for making ReVINAr species|
|Authors:||Dirghangi, Bimal Kumar|
|Abstract:||The conversion of N-p-tolylpyridine-2-aldimine to N-p-tolylpicolinamide chelated to ReVI(OPPh3)CI3 in oxidizing aqueous media is shown to proceed via initial one-electron metal oxidation followed by addition of a water molecule to the aldimine function. Subsequent induced electron transfer in the adduct with concomitant proton loss affords the amide complex. The aldimine→amide reaction is utilized for the synthesis of the N-p-tolylpicolinamide complex of the rare ReVINAr motif.|
|Appears in Collections:||IJC-A Vol.36A(04) [April 1997]|
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