N-Isopropylbenzylamine was used as ligand in the preparation and characterization of bis(cyclopentadienyl)magnesium. It was also used in the synthesis of N-benzylideneisopropylamine-N-oxide.
N-isopropylbenzylamine is a structural isomer of methamphetamine, is one of the most common adulterants. It forms amine adducts with magnesocene at ambient temperature in toluene.
Compound 2 hydrogenates organic nitriles efficiently providing selectively secondary amines. In the presence of external amines, unsymmetrical secondary amines are also obtained.
Planar chiral 2-substituted ferrocenecarboxaldehydes and (dienal)Fe(CO)3 produce the corresponding 1.2- diols with high stereoselectivity. The generated transition metal-complexed ketyl radical intermediates are configurationally stable with restriction to a rotation about C(α)-C(ipso) bond.
The direct N-alkylation of amines with alcohols is performed with an Ir-Zr-based metal-organic framework multifunctional heterogeneous catalyst. This system is efficient and environmentally benign for the synthesis of various organic amines in air in the absence of a base. The catalyst is recovered and reused without significant loss of activity, and only water is produced as a byproduct.
The catalytic system formed in situ from Pd(PhCN)2Cl2 and 2,2′-biquinoline-4,4′-dicarboxylic acid dipotassium salt (BQC), allows full conversion of aldehydes and the formation of desired alkylated amines with excellent yields and selectivities. The catalytic system is stable and can be recycled and reused three times without loss of activity.
The barrier to inversion-rotation in DBAP (ΔG? = 6.4 kcal/mol) is higher than the barrier to racemization via isolated rotation about carbon-nitrogen bonds (ΔG? = 5.5 kcal/mol). Molecular mechanics calculations of conformational energies are in good agreement with the observed conformational preferences.
This disparity is due to the different pKavalues of the water–borane adducts and the greater susceptibility of BPh3species towards protodeboronation. An understanding of the deactivation processes occurring using B(C6F5)3and BPh3as reductive amination catalysts led to the identification of a third triarylborane, B(3,5-Cl2C6H3)3, that has a broader substrate scope being able to catalyse the reductive amination of both aryl and alkyl amines with carbonyls.
For aniline and cyclohexylamine the dependence of camphor conversion on poison/nickel ratio was obtained. Additionally, benzaldehyde, cinnamaldehyde demonstrated higher reactivity compared corresponding imines under transfer hydrogenation conditions. Obtained data explain low activity of nickel-based catalysts when N-containing compounds are presented in reaction mixture.
The metal-free catalytic hydrogenation of secondary carboxylic acid amides is developed. The reduction is realized by two new catalytic reactions. First, the amide is converted into the imidoyl chloride by triphosgene (CO(OCCl3)2) using novel phosphorus(V) catalysts. Second, the in situ generated imidoyl chlorides are hydrogenated in high yields by an FLP-catalyst. Mechanistic and quantum mechanical calculations support an autoinduced catalytic cycle for the hydrogenation with chloride acting as unusual Lewis base for FLP-mediated H2-activation.
Herein, we report the first example of efficient reductive amination of ketones/aldehydes with amines using BH3N(C2H5)3 as a catalyst and a reductant under mild conditions, affording various tertiary and secondary amines in excellent yields. A mechanistic study indicates that BH3N(C2H5)3 plays a dual function role of promoting imine and iminium formation and serving as a reductant in reductive amination. This journal is
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