hydrazone

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hy·dra·zone

(hī'dră-zōn),
A substance derived from aldehydes and ketones by reaction with hydrazine or a hydrazine derivative to give the grouping R'R"C=N-NHR.
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The initial decomposition temperatures are for poly(VBOPE) 337[degrees]C, for oxime polymer 235[degrees]C, for phenylhydrazone polymer 222[degrees]C, for thiosemicarbazide polymer 204[degrees]C and for sulfonic acid hydrazone polymer 222[degrees]C.
The 1,4-dianions of hydrazones, such as 4'-mehoxyacetophenone phenylhydrazone or 4'-bromoacetophenonre carbomethoxyhydrazone, were prepared in excess lithium diisopropylamide and condensed with phthalic or 1,2-cyclohexanedicarboxylic anhydride, to give C-acylated intermediate that could be isolated or cyclized to the expected pyrazole-carboxylic acid.
Dilithiated oximes, phenylhydrazones or carboalkoxyhydrazones were prepared in excess lithium diisopropylamide [LDA] and condensed with polylithiated methyl (2-amino-sulfonyl)benzoate to give C-acylated intermediates that can be isolated or cyclized to the 5-(2-amino-sulfonyl)phenyl-3-aryl-1H-pyrazoles and 5-(2-aminosulfonyl)pheny 1-3-arylisoxazoles.
The extension of the condensation-cyclization of acetophenones with other 1,4-dianion-type systems, such as dilihiated acetophenone phenylhydrazones or carboalkoxyhydrazones, will also be presented.