Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, 2009, Vol. 82, No. 4, pp. 693−695.
Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2009.
Original Russian Text
I.A. Dzhafarov, E.G. Mamedbeili (Mamedov), V.S. Gasanov, Kh.I. Gasanov, 2009, published in Zhurnal Prikladnoi Khimii, 2009, Vol. 82,
No. 4, pp. 696−698.
Synthesis of Methyleneoxyamino Derivatives
I. A. Dzhafarov, E. G. Mamedbeili (Mamedov), V. S. Gasanov, and Kh. I. Gasanov
Azerbaijan Pedagogical University, Baku, Azerbaijan
Institute of Petrochemical Processes, National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan, Azerbaijan, Baku
Received July 9, 2008
Abstract—The possibility of synthesizing new methyleneoxyamino derivatives of 1-butylthioheptane was
investigated. The structure of the synthesized compounds was proved by elemental analysis and IR and
spectroscopy. Some representatives of the synthesized compounds were tested as antimicrobial lubricant additives,
and also as antiseptic materials against bacteria and funguses.
Organic compounds containing simultaneously
various functional groups and heteroatoms, such as
sulfur and nitrogen, are used for improving quality of
lubricants and oils, and also as effective biologically
active materials [1−3]. The synthesis of new generations
of the speciﬁ ed compounds on the basis of accessible raw
materials, and the reﬁ nement of the procedures of their
preparation always draw attention of researchers .
The data on the synthesis and study of properties of
methyleneoxyamino derivatives of 1-butylthioheptane
are presented in this paper as a prolongation of the studies
on alkylthioalkanes .
Earlier unknown 1-butylthioheptane-2-ol (III) was
synthesized by the reaction of 1-butanethiol (I) with
1- bromohexane-2-ol (II) in an alkaline medium by the
New representatives of 1-butylthio-2-methyleneoxy-
aminoheptanes (IX)-(XIII) were synthesized by a reaction
of 1-butylthio-2-heptanol (III) with formaldehyde and
secondary amines (IV)-(VIII) by the scheme:
R = C
(IV), (IX); C
(V), (X); Z = O (VI), (XI); CH
(VII), (XII); CH