New data on the alkylation of cyclic thioureas with α-halo-carboxylic acids and their esters. 1. Alkylation of ethylene thiourea
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The detailed scheme of reactions, occurring on interacting ethylene thiourea with chloroacetic acid and its esters, has been supplemented with a series of new reactions. The whole spectrum of products formed on interaction of ethylene thiourea with 2-bromobutyric acid has been obtained.
Keywordsethylene thiourea (2-imidazolidinethione) interaction with 2-bromobutyric acid interaction with chloroacetic acid and its esters
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