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Three-Membered Heterocycles

  • Radha Raman Gupta
  • Mahendra Kumar
  • Vandana Gupta

Abstract

Three-membered heterocycles are strained molecules because of the bond angle distortion. These heterocycles have high energy contents relative to their acyclic isomers. Three-membered heterocycles generally have shorter C-C bonds than in cyclopropane (thiirane being an exception). The C-X-C bond angles (X = hetero-atom) in oxiranes and aziridines are very close to 60° and the peripheral H-C-H bond angles are near to 118°. In unsaturated three-membered heterocycles, the introduction of the double bond further enhances angle distortion and this inevitably increases the ring strain.

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Grignard Reagent Heterocyclic Chemistry Ring Strain Photochemical Decomposition Lithium Aluminium Hydride 
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  • Radha Raman Gupta
    • 1
  • Mahendra Kumar
    • 1
  • Vandana Gupta
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of ChemistryUniversity of RajasthanJaipurIndia

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