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=== Introduction to Schiff bases ===
=== Introduction to Schiff bases ===
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* Insert text here in scientifically acceptable way (ie: without grammar errors) to explain the functions and basics of [http://chemwiki.ucdavis.edu/Organic_Chemistry/Organic_Chemistry_With_a_Biological_Emphasis/Chapter_11:_Nucleophilic_carbonyl_addition_reactions/Section_11.6:_Imine_(Schiff_base)_formation Schiff base formation]. [1]
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* Insert text here in scientifically acceptable way (ie: without grammar errors) to explain the functions and basics of [http://chemwiki.ucdavis.edu/Organic_Chemistry/Organic_Chemistry_With_a_Biological_Emphasis/Chapter_11:_Nucleophilic_carbonyl_addition_reactions/Section_11.6:_Imine_(Schiff_base)_formation Schiff base formation]. [1]  
* Present summarly the basic psychopharmacological aspects/functions of imine in a biological system .  
* Present summarly the basic psychopharmacological aspects/functions of imine in a biological system .  
=== Formation of phenylmethylamine as the tautomeric form of a ethyl-methyl carbanion ===
=== Formation of phenylmethylamine as the tautomeric form of a ethyl-methyl carbanion ===
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* For the long story, see [[Phenylmethylamine]]. A nucleophilic Schiff base where the N-substituted anion is fused to a benzene ring (?) to yield a '''enamine'''. See also [[Ethanamine]].  
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* For the long story, see [[Phenylmethylamine]]: A nucleophilic Schiff base where the N-substituted anion is fused to a benzene ring (?) to yield a '''enamine'''. See also [[Ethanamine]]. Note that the C=N double bond is the result (product) of asymmetric synthesis (Micheal addition) in presence of a organometal catalyst.     
   
   
=== References ===
=== References ===
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Introduction to Schiff bases

  • Insert text here in scientifically acceptable way (ie: without grammar errors) to explain the functions and basics of Schiff base formation. [1]
  • Present summarly the basic psychopharmacological aspects/functions of imine in a biological system .

Formation of phenylmethylamine as the tautomeric form of a ethyl-methyl carbanion

  • For the long story, see Phenylmethylamine: A nucleophilic Schiff base where the N-substituted anion is fused to a benzene ring (?) to yield a enamine. See also Ethanamine. Note that the C=N double bond is the result (product) of asymmetric synthesis (Micheal addition) in presence of a organometal catalyst.

References

  1. http://chemwiki.ucdavis.edu/Organic_Chemistry/Organic_Chemistry_With_a_Biological_Emphasis/Chapter_11:_Nucleophilic_carbonyl_addition_reactions/Section_11.6:_Imine_(Schiff_base)_formation
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