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enamine

[′en·ə‚mēn]
(organic chemistry)
An amine in which there is a carbon-to-carbon double bond adjacent to the nitrogen, ‒C=C‒N‒; considered to be the nitrogen analog of an enol.
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The benzoate is a facile leaving group, thus facilitating the acylation of the pyridine by the enamine.
Reactions of aromatic N-oxides with enamines of cyclohexanone in the presence of acylating agents.
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21-23), (51) Furthermore, for carbonyl compounds with an [alpha]-proton, a tautomeric equilibrium can exist between the imine and the enamine, but in which the imine form predominates.
No data support the presence of an enamine in the product.
We synthesized a series of 4-alkyl-2-(2-pyridyl)cyclohexanones using their method, which consisted of condensing morpholine enamine of the appropriate 4-alkylcyclohexanone with pyridine-1-oxide in the presence of benzoyl chloride.
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FTIR spectroscopy studies of clear films show that for hydrophilic polymers, the enamine moiety reacts with water from the atmosphere, and slowly disappears (half-life is approximately four days at room temperature), thus reforming the initial acetoacetoxy moiety and ammonia.
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