Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry, Vol. 51 by Alan R. Katritzky

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By Alan R. Katritzky

(from preface)Volume fifty one of Advancesconsists of 3 chapters, V. V. Mezheritskii and V. V. Tkachenko (Rostov-on-Don, U.S.S.R.) evaluate the synthesis of peri-annelated heterocycles, a wide and fascinating classification which has now not formerly been handled in a scientific model. R. M. Acheson (Oxford, U.K.) presents the 1st targeted survey of l-hydroxypyrroles and their benzo derivatives, compounds which exhibit an enticing and strange chemistry. eventually, B. A. Trofimov (Irkutsk, U.S.S.R.) describes the mini-fold preparative hazard for pyrroles from ketoximes and acetylenes, a response came across via Trofimov and constructed via him right into a most crucial access into pyrrole chemistry.Volume fifty one must have been an ''Index Volume,'' and certainly the indices have been already in a sophisticated degree, while critical disorder within the indexer's speedy kinfolk avoided their inclusion during this quantity. they're going to seem in a later quantity.

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B synthesized on the basis of 3-amino-4-chlorobenzoic acid 192 [72 JCS(P1)1121;8OJOC4236]. (193) The interaction of 1,2-dimethylindoles 194 (R = H, OMe) with propiolactone gives rise to 3-indolylpropionic acids 195 (R = H, OMe) and, on treatment with a mixture of sulfuric and phosphoric acids, only the 5-methoxy-derivative for this series can be transformed into 1,3,4trihydrobenzo[cd]indole-5-one196, whereas in the absence of an activating substituent (195, R = H), the cyclization does not take place [53CI(L)823;80LA97I].

MEZHERITSKII AND V. V. TKACHENKO acid derivatives. Heating a-naphthylamines with phosgene or thiophosgene in trichlorobenzene gives rise to a-naphthylisocyanates or their thio analogs 164, which then are cyclized into the corresponding benzo[cdlindole-2-ones 165 (Y = 0 ) or benzo[cdlindole-2-thiones165 (Y = S) by the action of AICI3 in halogenobenzene solutions at 130180°C [51DOK1073, 51USP2628964; 53ZOB798; 54ZOB1871; 78GEP(0)2635693,78GEP(0)27006491. The purity of naphthostyryl obtained by this method in a yield of 80% is very high (99,7%) [78GEP(0)2635693,78GEP(0)2700649].

N-Acylated products 315 may be isolated, but as a rule, N-acylation and heterocyclization combine to give the final product 316. For the carbonyl component in reactions with 1-aminoanthraquinones 319,one can use methyl and methylene ketones as well as adducts between N,N-dimethylacetamide and phosphorus oxychloride, which leads to pyR' 0 (320) (319) ridinoanthrones 320 and 321 (61CB3119; 76ZOR177; 83MIl). A place for intramolecular electrophilic attack may be the 2'-position of an N-aryl substituent in 1-arylaminoanthraquinones 322.

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