Synthesis of nitroalkyl-N-nitrosamines
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Nitroalkylamines of variable structure were nitrosated by nitrous acid and its chloro- and fluoro-derivatives. On the example of 1,1,1,6,6,6-hexanitro-3-azapentane it was shown that weakly basic amines do not react with ClNO in nonpolar organic solvents.
The obtained nitroalkyl-N-nitrosamines are smoothly converted to N-nitramines by treatment with cone, nitric acid, but are not oxidized by trifluoroperacetic acid.
KeywordsNitric Acid Organic Solvent Variable Structure Chloro ClNO
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