Unexpected formation of 1-diethylaminobutadiene in photosensitized oxidation of triethylamine induced by 2,3-dihydro-oxoisoaporphine dyes. A 1H NMR and isotopic exchange study.

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[reaction: see text] Photoreduction of oxoisoaporphine dyes occurs via a stepwise mechanism of electron-proton-electron transfer that leads to the N-hydrogen oxoisoaporphine anion. When triethylamine, TEA, was used as the electron donor in anaerobic conditions, 1-diethylaminobutadiene, DEAB, was one of the oxidation products of TEA, among diethylamine and… (More)

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