By Gurnos Jones
Alkylquinolines and Arylquinolines (P. Claret and A. Osborne).
Reissert Compounds and comparable N-Acyldihydroquinolines (F. Popp).
Quinoline N-Oxides (G. Jones and D. Baty).
writer and topic Indexes.Content:
Chapter 1 Alkylquinolines and Arylquinolines (pages 1–352): Paul A. Claret and Alan G. Osborne
Chapter 2 Reissert Compounds and similar N?Acyldihydroquinolines (pages 353–375): Frank D. Popp
Chapter three Quinoline N?Oxides (pages 377–605): Gurnos Jones and David J. Baty
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O. F. methods. The phosphorescence spectra of 2-. 4-. g. '^' b. INFRARED SPECTRAThe infrared spectra of all of the monomethylquinolines have been d e t e r ~ n i n e d . hich can be used for the analysis of coal tar bases. For example. 47. 68 pm for isoquinoline, quinoline. 2-methylquinoline and hnethylquinoline. respectively. 3 2 1 The far-infrared spectra of a series of substituted quinolines including methylquinolines have been analysed and their absorption frequencies a ~ s i g n e d . ~ "The intermolecular complexes formed by addition of phenol had a hydrogen-bond stretching mode (OH-N) at 120 130cm- I .
Benzylic fission HC'FU -c. "' The distribution of pyridine- and quinoline-type bases in petroleum distillates has been examined by mass spectrometric + H. Mrrhotb 01. Separurion a. DlsnLLATION. CRYSTALLIZATIOS ASD COUNTER-CURRENT EXTRACTION As indicated in Section I. 1, the main natural sources of quinoline bases are from coal tars and I. Alkylquinolines and Aralkylquinolines 49 crude petroleum, both of which are fractionated by distillation processes. p. 230-240°C for quinoline itself or up to 300 T for the alkylquinolines) by extraction with acids such as sulphuric, hydrochloric or phosphoric acid.
A mixture of eight alkylquinolines including 4-ethyl-2-methyl-, c. 4-diethyL. 8trimethylquinoline. 2i' In solution the reaction was initiated by di-r-butylperoxide and catalysed by &naphthalenethiol. A free-radical chain reaction was proposed as the mechanism. d. NUCLEOPHILIC DISPLACEMENT OF HALWENA series of thirteen derivatives of 4benzylquinoline. see (20). WMe. 6,7-( - - O C H 2 0 L R' = H. R' = H. OMe, Me f6 Alkylquinolines and Arylquinolines with butanol saturated with hydrogen chloride. The compounds were found to be useful for the treatment of angina pectoris.