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Reactions of enamines with the mixed hydride reducing species

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posted on 07.02.2019, 12:00 by P. Lynch
The enamine double bond has been reduced by catalytic hydrogenation, by formic acid, by sodium in liquid ammonia and by sodium borohydride. Lithium aluminium hydride is essentially without action on enamines. This thesis describes an investigation of the action on enamines of 'mixed hydride' reducing agents formed from mixtures of lithium aluminium hydride and aluminium chloride. [Continues.]

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Loughborough College, Research Committee (Research Assistantship).

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  • Chemistry

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[© P. Lynch]

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1966

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[A Thesis submitted in connection with a Research Assistantship at Loughborough College of Technology.] This Thesis is unavailable for reasons relating to the law of copyright. If you own the copyright in this Thesis, and would like it to be made available, please contact Loughborough University.

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