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Studies on the chemistry of triazoles

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Atkinson, MR (1954) Studies on the chemistry of triazoles. PhD thesis, University of Tasmania.

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Abstract

During the last eight years a number of aspects of
amide chemistry have been studied in the Chemistry
Department, University of Tasmania, under the direction
of Dr. J. B. Polya. Acylation of amides to diacylamines
was investigated, and satisfactory syntheses were developed
for unsymmetrical diacylamines (R1
.CO.NH.CO.R2; R1≠R2 ). In some cases such diacylamines, through reacylation,
may form mixtures of the two corresponding
symmetrical diacylamines. Diacylamines react with hydrazines
to form 1:2:4-triazoles, which are convenient
derivatives indicating the structure of the diacylamine.
With a hydrazine R.NH.NH2 an unsymmetrical diacylamine
of the type indicated could form 1R-3R1 -5R2 - and
1R-3R2 -5R1 -1:2:4-triazole. Proving the orientations of
the products from a number of diacylamines seemed a
promising way to investigate the mechanism of this triazole
synthesis.

Item Type: Thesis (PhD)
Keywords: Triazoles
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Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Tasmania, 1954

Date Deposited: 25 Nov 2014 00:43
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