Schmidt Reaction (Rearrangement): definition| Mechanism| example

Schmidt Reaction for Synthesis of Nitrile and Amide

Schmidt reaction is a acid-catalyzed Rearrangement reaction of hydrazoic acid reactions of electrophiles, like carbonyl compounds, alkenes tertiary and alcohols. The following these substrates include amines, nitriles, amides or imines, rearrangement and extrusion of nitrogen.

Schotten Baumann Reaction Mechanism Detailed Explanation

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