formylamine

formylamine

[‚fȯr·məl′am‚ēn]
(organic chemistry)
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In 1958 Ugi and his co-workers introduced various methods to form isocyanides by dehydrating formylamines, and from then on the isocyanides were well available.
Since 1958 when Ugi and his co-workers introduced new methods of preparing the isocyanides by dehydrating formylamines [1-3] the isocyanides are well available.
A new era of the isocyanide chemistry began in 1958, when the isocyanides became generally well available by dehydrating formylamines. The volume of the Isonitrile Chemistry [1] of 1971 already mentioned 325 isocyanide.