Organic chemistry: Introduction to amines (4)





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Published on Jul 27, 2009

Organic chemistry: Amine nomenclature. Nucleophilicity and basicity of amines. Synthesis of amines—through SN2, through lithium aluminum hydride (LAH) reduction of amides or nitriles, through the Gabriel synthesis, or through reductive amination. Overview of LAH reductions—of aldehydes and ketones, of carboxylic acids, of esters, of amides, and of nitriles.

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(1) Primary, secondary, and tertiary amines. Amine nomenclature
(2) Continued
(3) Continued
(4) Nucleophilicity and basicity of amines
(5) Synthesis of amines through SN2
(6) Lithium aluminum hydride (LAH) reduction of aldehydes and ketones, carboxylic acids, esters. Synthesis of amines through LAH reduction of amides
(7) Synthesis of amines through LAH reduction of nitriles
(8) Gabriel synthesis of amines
(9) Continued
(10) Continued
(11) Synthesis of amines through reductive amination

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