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Carbylamine reaction

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Hoffmann mustard oil reaction

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Hinsberg reaction

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Reaction with nitrous acid

  • Primary amines
     
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  • Reactions of diazonium salt
     
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  • Secondary amines
     
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  • Tertiary amines
     
    Alphatic tertiary amines (3°) do not react with HNO2, whereas aromatic tertiary amines react with HNO2 forming p-nitroso-N,N-dialkylaniline as the major product.
     
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  • Azo coupling
     
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Electrophilic aromatic substitution

  • Halogenation
     
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  • Sulphonation
     
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  • Nitration
     
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Rearrangement reactions

  • HofmannMartius rearrangement
     
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  • Benzidine rearrangement
     
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Reaction with diethyl oxalate

1°, 2°, and 3° amines can be distinguished by their reactions with diethyl oxalate. Primary (1°) amines react with diethyl oxalate forming N,N-oxamide, which is a solid.
 
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Secondary (2°) amines react with diethyl oxalate forming oxamic ester, which is a liquid.
 
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Tertiary (3°) amines do not react with diethyl oxalate.




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