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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds

, Volume 30, Issue 6, pp 718–723 | Cite as

Phosphorylnitrile oxides. 5. Reactions of 3-(dialkoxyphosphoryl)isoxazoles and -isoxazolines with nucleophilic reagents

  • V. A. Pavlov
  • A. I. Kurdyukov
  • B. I. Gorin
  • F. R. Sagitova
  • N. V. Aristova
  • L. I. Deiko
  • V. V. Moskva
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Abstract

3-Phosphotylated isoxazoles and isoxazolines react with nucleophiles either with cleavage of the P-C bond and subsequent ring opening or with retention of the heterocyclic ring depending on the structure of the ring substituents, nature of the nucleophile, and reaction conditions. This permits the selective chemical modification of the starting compounds.

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Oxide Organic Chemistry Chemical Modification Ring Opening Heterocyclic Ring 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. A. Pavlov
  • A. I. Kurdyukov
  • B. I. Gorin
  • F. R. Sagitova
  • N. V. Aristova
  • L. I. Deiko
  • V. V. Moskva

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