Tertiary amines and quaternary salts derived from alpha-substituted stilbenes and heterocyclic nitrogen bases
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N-bromosuccinimide and α-methylstilbenes, p-methyl-α-chlorostilbene, and p-methyltolan give bromomethyl derivatives, which react with piperidine to give tertiary amines. The latter and methyl iodide give quaternary salts.
With pyridine, γ-picoline, and quinoline, the p-bromomethyl-d-chlorostilbenes synthesized give quaternary bromides which are readily soluble in water and converted into perchlorates by KClO4.
KeywordsMethyl Bromide Pyridine Iodide Perchlorate
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