Fischer-Hepp rearrangement


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Fischer-Hepp rearrangement

[¦fish·ər ¦hep rē·ə′rānj·mənt]
(organic chemistry)
The rearrangement of a nitroso derivative of a secondary aromatic amine to a p-nitrosoarylamine; the reaction is brought about by an alcoholic solution of hydrogen chloride.