ON THE REARRANGEMENT OF 1-PHENYL-4-METHYL-3-OXYALLYL URAZOLE BY ALLYL IODIDE

J. M. Johnson, S. F. Acree
1917 Journal of the American Chemical Society  
ALLYL URAZOLE BY ALLYL IODIDE. In unpublished work on tautomerism which we completed in 1908 in our studies of cyclic amides it was shown that a large number of urazole salts and different alkyl halides undergo transformations through bi-molecular reactions. Each given urazole salt and alkyl halide gave both an 0-ester (111) and an N-ester (IV) and, with one exception, these were formed in constant ratio for different time periods. All of the facts showed that these tautomeric reactions can
more » ... place because both the ions and molecules of the salt in one tautomeric form react with the molecules of the alkyl halide, or because the tautomeric salt exists in two or more forms, each of which undergoes transformations through independent side reactions, as discussed previously and in the next article by Lubs and Wilkins. The silver and other salts gave constant ratios of esters at 60' and below. CsHs -N -N
doi:10.1021/ja02250a014 fatcat:oihdwnzk4ra3tjzylcqysaw7cy