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Enabling the facile conversion of acyl hydrazides into N-acyl carbamates via metal-free ionic-based rupture of the N–N linkage

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Herein we report the one-pot transformation of readily synthesised/easily accessed acyl hydrazides into N-acyl carbamates via an alkylation-elimination reaction sequence. A range of N-acyl carbamates are prepared in consistent yields, including those featuring protecting groups and having alkyl & aryl N-acyl functionality. The reaction conditions also tolerate a wide variety of sensitive functional groups.

Graphical abstract: Enabling the facile conversion of acyl hydrazides into N-acyl carbamates via metal-free ionic-based rupture of the N–N linkage

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Submitted
12 Apr 2017
Accepted
17 May 2017
First published
23 May 2017

This article is Open Access

RSC Adv., 2017,7, 27608-27611
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Enabling the facile conversion of acyl hydrazides into N-acyl carbamates via metal-free ionic-based rupture of the N–N linkage

A. Shamsabadi, J. Ren and V. Chudasama, RSC Adv., 2017, 7, 27608
DOI: 10.1039/C7RA04178K

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