Synthesis of cyclic N-nitrourethanes by the simultaneous oxidative desulfurization and nitration of cyclic thiourethanes
Polymers and High Performance Materials
The reaction of five- and six-membered cyclic thiourethanes with acetyl nitrate results in a vigorous reaction that generates copious amounts of redbrown nitrogen oxide fumes and produces the corresponding cyclic N-nitrourethanes in high yields (>95%). The overall yield of the cyclic N-nitrourethanes starting from an aminoalcohol using the thiourethane route is superior to the conventional route going through the cyclic urethane. J. Heterocyclic Chem., (2011).
Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry
Campbell, C. G.,
Storey, R. F.
(2012). Synthesis of cyclic N-nitrourethanes by the simultaneous oxidative desulfurization and nitration of cyclic thiourethanes. Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry, 49(2), 421-423.
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