Synthesis of alkaloid-like compounds via the bridging Ritter reactions II

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Monatshefte für Chemie - Chemical Monthly, 2016, 147 pp. 1737 - 1746
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The bridging Ritter reactions are considered to be efficient synthetic methods rapidly providing access to alkaloid-like compounds in a few steps from inexpensive starting materials. In this manuscript, we report the synthesis of benzo[c]azepine derivatives bearing either amide or hydroxyl groups via the bridging Ritter reactions. These compounds are diastereoisomers of a known AChE inhibitor. All the structures were fully characterised by NMR spectroscopy and high-resolution mass spectrometry. NMR spectral analysis of diastereoisomers has allowed for the relative stereochemistry of the AChE inhibitor to be established.
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