By Alan R. Katritzky
(from preface)Volume forty seven of Advances in Heterocyciic Chemistry is, not like such a lot volumes, a monograph and offers with the quantitative facets of electro-philic substitution of heterocycles. it's written through Roger Taylor of the college of Sussex, Brighton, England, and your editor with one bankruptcy contributed by means of Ross Grimmett of the college of Otago in New Zealand. it's was hoping that this survey of the full sector of electrophilic substitution of heterocycles, masking because it does semiqualitative in addition to thoroughly quantitative elements, should be of substantial support to staff within the field.As is common for volumes of our sequence, no topic index is integrated. as a substitute, there's a very targeted contents from which we think will probably be attainable to trace down such a lot issues. in fact, this quantity might be listed in quantity fifty one. with a view to be the subsequent ''index volume'' of the sequence and should disguise Volumes 46-50, simply as quantity forty six lined Volumes 41-45 and quantity forty coated Volumes 1-40.
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Ipso-nitrocyclohexadienyl acetates obtained in Ac,O) (73CC300; 74CJC3960). , 77CC301). 1,2-Migration of X rarely occurs (72BCJ2534),but ips0 substitution has been the longest recognized consequence of ips0 attack [80MIl(198)]. Three types of loss from remote positions are common: deprotonation of hydroxyl, demethylation of methoxyl (both with formation of the ketone), and deprotonation of methyl (76ACR287). The rules governing the competition for the various processes undergone by the Wheland intermediate are not yet well understood.
Some evidence for this was provided by an apparent correlation of logarithms of relative nitration rates with ionization potentials of the aromatics (73T579), and radical cations can be shown to be present in solutions of phenols under conditions in which nitration occurs (75JOU1883). Perrin has argued that a one-electron transfer mechanism applies to nitrations which occur at the encounter rate, since electron transfers from reactive aromatics to nitronium ion are exothermic, and exothermic electron transfer should be encounter controlled (77JA5516).
For runs at temperatures >40"C, permanently sealed ampoules must be used, but in each case the ampoule, at the temperature of the bath, must contain a vapor space of not more than -5% of the volume of 16 2. HYDROGEN EXCHANGE [Sec. E the acid. If this is not done, the aromatic can exchange between liquid and vapor phases, and first-order kinetics are unobtainable (6OJCS3301); the problem is most severe with weaker sulfuric acid media, which are poorer solvents for aromatics. Ampoules are removed at appropriate time intervals and the contents either poured into, or the ampoule broken in, 150 ml of ice/water (necessary to prevent localized heating with consequent rapid exchange) under a 20-ml layer of scintillator solution (which prevents any escape of the aromatic).