The pathways of the decomposition of aliphatic-aromatic imines under the action of electron impact were determined.
An influence of substituents in the benzene ring (o-CH3O, p-CH3O, m,p-(CH3O)2, m-CH3O, p-HO, o-HO, o-Cl, p-NO2) and the position of multiple bonds in the aliphatic chain (-CH=NCHh2CH=CH2 or -CH=NCH=CHCH3) on the direction of the fragmentation of imines was established.
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Chizhov, O.S., Kadentsev, V.I., Dol'skaya, Y.S. et al. Unsaturated amines. Russ Chem Bull 24, 2351–2356 (1975). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00921646
- Benzene Ring
- Electron Impact
- Aliphatic Chain
- Multiple Bond