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Meant for natural chemists, this quantity follows the structure of prior volumes and gives up to date info on chosen parts of heterocyclic chemistry.

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1060 (1973). C. Kaneko, T. Tsuchiya, and H. Igeta, Chem. Pharm. Bull. 22,2894 (1974). 47 REDUCTION OF NITROGEN HETEROCYCLES Sec. E] dropyridazines 277 were also isolated. The phenyl derivatives 276e,fwere the most stable, but all gradually decomposed when exposed to the atmosphere. The presence of a phenyl group favored the 1,6-dihydropyridazines 278 and in its absence the 1,4 isomers 279a p r e d ~ m i n a t e d . ' ~ ~ . 144 Use of less reducing 143 la Y. Zenichi, Jpn. Kokai 78/44,580 (1978).

M. Cosmao, N. Collignon, and G . Queguiner, J. Heterocycl. Chem. 16,973 (1979). (Sec. K JAMES G. 167The product 328 was identical to that obtained from the reduction of 2,3-dimethylquinoxaline with LAH. 16* 0I ax: 0I - NaBH, (yy ROH H (324 (327) K. 169J70 The dienamine system produced is resistant to further reduction under these conditions. That only single products were obtained was verified by preparing dihydro- 1,2(1H)-diazepines labeled with methyl groups. Treatment of 330 (R'= Ac) with base generates the unstable 3,Cdihydro- 1,2(2H>diazepines 331.

Chem. 34,2720 (1969). M. Tisler and B. Stanovnik, Adv. Heterocycl. Chem. 24,42 I ( 1979). 14’ C. Kashima, A. Katoh, Y. Yokota, and Y. Omote, J. C. S. Perkin I, 1622 (1981). 14* J. A. Marshall and W. S. Johnson, J. Org. Chem. 28,421 (1963). 149 C. Kashima, A. Katoh, N. Yoshiwara, and Y. Omote,J. Chem. 18,1595 (198 1). 145 Sec. F] 49 REDUCTION OF NITROGEN HETEROCYCLES tXX R I LiAlH, TH F b R H M e NHR' R' (24 (288) X = O , S ; R'=Me,Aryl; RZ= H , M e , Pr,Ph; R3=H,Me,Ph recovered. Earlier, it had been found that ethyl 4-hydroxyiminomethyl-2methylthiopyrimidine-5-carboxylate(290a), and subsequently other pyrimidines, underwent preferential ring reduction.

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