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Anderson Department of Chemistry, University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire (Received 1 May 1962) THE reduction of 1-methylpyridinium iodide with potassium borohydride … 0000080214 00000 n 2215 0 obj <> endobj 0000015893 00000 n Sodium borohydride is a weaker reducing agent than lithium aluminum hydride because th e B-H bond is less polar than the Al -H bond. 0000078667 00000 n 0000018807 00000 n xref 0000015639 00000 n The reduction of various hydantoins with sodium borohydride gave the corresponding 4-hydroxy- 2-imidazolidinones in high yields. 0000002532 00000 n �e@3 0000012934 00000 n 4 R C = O + BH 4-4 R C OH H 4 H 2O/ROH Sodium Borohydride NaBH 4. trailer 55357, 1962. 0000079012 00000 n 0000078145 00000 n Sodium borohydride, a representative borohydride reagent, behaves as an effective source of nucleophilic hydride in an aprotic polar solvent, such as DMSO, sulfolane, HMPA, DMF or diglyme, and is used for the reduction of alkyl halides.93,94 As shown in Table 3, primary and secondary iodides, bromides and chlorides are converted to hydrocarbons at temperatures between 25 and 100 °C using sodium borohydride. XI. In that experiment the hydride served two purposes; to reduce pt4+ to Pto in the reaction pt(s) 2H2(g) and to generate hydrogen gas in the presence of acid, according to the equation 1 0 obj The basic reduction mechanism of sodium borohydride. 2218 0 obj<>stream 0000009497 00000 n Tetrahedron Letters No. 0000011426 00000 n In contrast, reduction employing a boron trifluoride etherate- sodium borohydride system generated 2-imidazolidinones. 0000009756 00000 n Watch these background Videos before continuing. 0000024863 00000 n 0000012911 00000 n Course Hero, Inc. 2 0 obj 0000023158 00000 n 0000017364 00000 n 0000020388 00000 n 4 9:45 AM 10. 0000001957 00000 n 2 NaBH 4 + I … 0000001020 00000 n Sodium borohydride is a weaker reducing agent than lithium aluminum hydride because th e B-H bond is less polar than the Al -H bond. 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