On the reaction of methyl dichlorophosphine with acrylamide
The following compounds are formed by the reaction of methyl dichlorophosphine with acrylamide: methyl-β-cyanoethylphosphonyl chloride (36.6%),β-chloropropionitrile (16.2%) and methyl-β-cyanoettylphosphonic acid (3.4%).
The reaction of methyl-β-cyanoethylphosphonyl chloride with water (2∶1) gave methyl-β-cyanoethylphosphonic acid anhydride.
By reacting methyl-β-cyanoethylphosphonyl chloride with alcohols and diethylamine, we have obtained a number of esters and the diethylamide of methyl-β-cyanoethylphosphonic acid.
KeywordsAlcohol Methyl Chloride Ester Anhydride
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