Reactions of diazoacetic ester with phosphorous acid and its esters
Like diazoalkanes, diazoacetic ester reacts with phosphorous acid and with trialkyl phosphites, giving analogous products. In the reaction with triethyl phosphite the previously undescribed ethyl [(triethoxyphosphoranylidene)-azino]acetate was obtained.
In the reaction of diazoacetic ester with diethyl hydrogen phosphite a P-C bond is formed; this has not been observed in the case of diazoalkanes.
KeywordsHydrogen Acetate Ester Ethyl Diethyl
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