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One-pot synthesis and structure of isomeric aryl-substituted triazolohexahydroquinazolines

Aryl-substituted triazolohexahydroquinazolines have been synthesized by means of three-component condensation of pnitro(pbromo) benzaldehydes, cyclohexanone, 1,2,4-triazol-3-amine. A scheme of the reaction mechanism is proposed, which makes it possible to explain the features of the behavior of p-nitro(bromo) benzaldehydes in condensation reactions in comparison with their ortho-substituted analogs.

Investigation of the Structure and Ways of Formation of Isomeric Tyenylsubstituted Triazolohexohydroquinazolines by Methods of NMR Spectroscopy and Chromato-mass-spectromectry

In the three-component condensation of thiophenecarbaldehyde, cyclohexanone and 3-amino-1,2,4-triazole triazolohexahydroquinazolines are formed, which are isomeric in the type of the ring junction and the double bond position in them, the structure of which is established by 1H NMR spectra. With the GC-EIMS-analysis of the composition of the reaction mass at various temperatures, it has been established that an intermediate in the formation of final products is azomethine (instead of a possible α,β-unsaturated ketone).