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“…(C68)->(C69); (C70)->(C71). (90) Aryl and alkyl isothiocyanates have been observed to react with 1-aminopyrroles to give l-pyrrylthioureas, (185) but the corresponding reaction with C-aminopyrroles and with pyrrolinones has not been reported. (186) Conversion of (C70) into (C74) can be effected by further reaction with the appropriate isocyanate in pyridine but, as the acylurea (C73), obtained from the reaction of (C70) with JV-acetylurea, cannot be converted into (C74) (R' = Ph), (186) it would appear that the triazine probably results from the intramolecular cyclization of the l-amido-2-pyrryl urea (C72), with the loss of R'NH 2 .…”
Section: C48 C49mentioning
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“…(C68)->(C69); (C70)->(C71). (90) Aryl and alkyl isothiocyanates have been observed to react with 1-aminopyrroles to give l-pyrrylthioureas, (185) but the corresponding reaction with C-aminopyrroles and with pyrrolinones has not been reported. (186) Conversion of (C70) into (C74) can be effected by further reaction with the appropriate isocyanate in pyridine but, as the acylurea (C73), obtained from the reaction of (C70) with JV-acetylurea, cannot be converted into (C74) (R' = Ph), (186) it would appear that the triazine probably results from the intramolecular cyclization of the l-amido-2-pyrryl urea (C72), with the loss of R'NH 2 .…”
Section: C48 C49mentioning