Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 35, Issue 6, pp 656–658 | Cite as

Transformation of alkaloid anabasin into nicotinonitrile

  • M. K. Iskakova
  • A. D. Kagarlitskii


The possiblity of preparing nicotinonitrile from the natural alkaloid anabasin via oxidative ammonolysis using a vanadium-titanium catalyst (V2O5∶TiO2=1.0∶0.5) is examined.


TiO2 Organic Chemistry Alkaloid V2O5 Anabasin 
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  • M. K. Iskakova
  • A. D. Kagarlitskii

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