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Unusual Reactions

  • B. C. Trivedi
  • B. M. Culbertson

Abstract

The purpose of this chapter is to introduce a number of useful synthetic reactions. Admittedly, all of these reactions are not unusual in the sense of organic chemistry and a few would have been predicted. However, some are unusual in the sense that they involve both the functional groups of MA. In some cases the ring system is unique for the reaction, for example, in the oxauracil synthesis. Also included in this chapter are 1,3-dipolar cycloadditions. Here too, some cases are given where more than one molecule of MA participates to arrive at quite unusual products. Some of these reactions are very high yielding and they are too useful synthetically to be regarded as extraneous. We believe Sec. 7.2 will justify these comments.

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Maleic Anhydride Succinic Anhydride Dimethyl Fumarate Unusual Reaction Succinic Anhydride 
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  • B. C. Trivedi
    • 1
  • B. M. Culbertson
    • 1
  1. 1.Ashland Chemical CompanyDublinUSA

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