Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds

, Volume 32, Issue 9, pp 1100–1104 | Cite as

Reaction of 2-Iminobenzothiazolines with propylene oxide

  • L. P. Kosmacheva
  • E. G. Mil'grom
  • R. F. Ambartsumova


The reaction of 2-iminobenzothiazolines with propylene oxide in methanol involves splitting of the thiazoline ring and formation of derivatives of o-aminothiophenol, urea, and oxazolidinone. It is shown that diaLkylaminobenzothiazoles, in contrast to their imino isomers, do not react with oxiranes.


Oxide Methanol Urea Organic Chemistry Propylene 
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  • L. P. Kosmacheva
  • E. G. Mil'grom
  • R. F. Ambartsumova

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