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Title: Synthetic Applications of N-H Aziridine Containing Compounds
Authors: Decker, Shannon Marie
Advisor: Yudin, Andrei
Department: Chemistry
Keywords: Aziridine
Aziridine Aldehyde
Issue Date: 31-Dec-2010
Abstract: Unprotected N-H aziridine aldehydes are surprisingly stable compounds which can undergo reactions in the absence of protecting groups. In total, three different transformations were explored during my Master’s thesis. The conversions include the dissociation of the aziridine aldehydes, which exist as dimers, and their subsequent re-dimerization in various solvents. The development of mixed aziridine aldehyde adducts and their attempted modifications will also be discussed. Finally, the discovery of N-H aziridine compounds containing a 1,3-dicarbonyl functionality will be discussed, as will their attempted transformations.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/25550
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