The Synthesis of Some New Alkyland Arylaminoalkyl Aryl Sulfides
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Gerald F. Grillot
Aromatic amines, Benzenethiols, Formadehyde
The purposes of this investigation are to determine whether aromatic amines, primary and secondary, will condense with benzenethiols and formaldehyde in the raio of one part thiol: one part formaldehyde: one part amine to form the simple N-arylaminomethyl aryl sulfides in the case of the primary amines, and N-alkyl-N-arylaminomethyl aryl sulfides in the case of the secondary amines, or whether N-arylaminomethylbenzenethiols are formed; to determind whether the reaction with primary aromatic amines can be controlled so as to form 1, 3, 5-triaryl-1,5-dithia-3-azapentanes [bis -(arylthiomethyl) anilines],
when the ratio of thiol: formaldehyde: amine is 2:2:1.
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Schaffrath, Robert Eben, "The Synthesis of Some New Alkyland Arylaminoalkyl Aryl Sulfides" (1958). Chemistry - Dissertations. Paper 152.