A Convenient Synthesis of Bis(aminooxy)methane Dihydrochloride

Davydov, D. V.; Beletskaya, I. P.
January 2004
Russian Journal of Organic Chemistry;Jan2004, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p124
Academic Journal
Focuses on the convenient synthesis of bis(aminooxy)methane dihydrochloride. Development of a simple and convenient procedure for the preparation of bis(aminooxy)methane dihydrochloride; Examination of the procedures for the preparation of compounds IIa-IIn under various conditions; Optimization of the conditions for O-alkylation of oximes Ia-It with methylene halides.


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