Investigations on 2, 1, 3-thia- and selenadiazoles
Nitration and nitrosation of 4-hydroxy-5-methyl-benzo-2, 1, 3-thiadiazole gives 4-hydroxy-5-methyl-7-nitro-and 4-hydroxy-5-methyl-7-nitrosobenzo-2, 1, 3-thiadiazoles. Oxidation of the latter, or of 4,7-diamino-5-methylbenzo-2,1,3-thiadiazole gives 5-methyl-4,7-dihydroxy-2, 1, 3-thiadiazole, forming derivatives with sodium bisulfite or hydroxylamine, and reduced by sodium dithionite to 5-methyl-4, 7-dihydroxybenzo-2, 1, 3-thiadiazole. The latter is also obtained by diazotizing 5-methyl-4-hydroxy-7-aminobenzo-2, 1, 3-thiadiazole, and decomposing the diazonium salt. Nitration of 4-ethoxybenzo-2, 1, 3-thiadiazole with sodium ethoxide gives 4-ethoxy-7-aminobenzo-2, 1, 3-thiadiazole, acetylated to 4-ethoxy-7-acetaminobenzo-2, 1, 3-thiadiazole.
KeywordsOxidation Sodium Organic Chemistry Nitration Hydroxylamine
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