By Alan R. Katritzky
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The UVinduced phototautomeric reaction has been used to separate the IR spectra of the tautomers (92JPC6250). For estimation of the 2-(1H)-pyrazinone/2-hydroxypyrazine equilibrium in a solution, the 13C,1H spin–spin coupling constants were applied, and the results were supported by 15N NMR data. The oxo tautomer 57a was found to be the dominant species both in DMSO-d6 and CD3NO2 with the molar ratio 57a:57b being ca. 9:1 in DMSO-d6 (82TL4785). UV spectroscopic studies indicate the predominance of the hydroxy form for 2-hydroxy-6-methoxypyrazines 58 (R1, R2 ¼ Me, Ph) (97JCS(P1)3167).
Nitrogen chemical shifts in 14N NMR spectroscopy have been used to estimate the equilibrium compositions of a series of mercaptopyridines in solution. Thus, ca. 95% of the thione form was estimated for 2-mercaptopyridine in acetone and methanol and for 4-mercaptopyridine in methanol and acetone/DMSO (79OMR379). 15N NMR shielding measurements provided the quantitatively reliable estimates of tautomeric equilibria for 3-methoxycarbonyl-2-mercaptopyridine and 3-mercaptopyridine. The equilibrium of 3-methoxycarbonyl-2-mercaptopyridine is shifted predominantly to the thione tautomer (95%), whereas 3-mercaptopyridine exists in the thiol form (at least 94%) (85MRC790).
STANOVNIK ET AL. 28 [Sec. A ranges from 9% in isopropyl ether to 15% in butyl ether (78CPB1415, 78CPB1426). In methanol, the lactam form of 52 strongly predominates (81RTC30). The 3J(CH) values for the C–N–CH, C–N ¼ CH, and C ¼ N–CH structural elements were used as a valuable criterion for differentiating aromatic from non-aromatic structures and applied for tautomerism studies in 4-hydroxypyrimidines (83OMR20). The effect of a 5-substituent on the tautomeric equilibrium of 4-pyrimidinones 53 (R1 ¼ Me; R2 ¼ H, Me, MeO, COOEt, CONH2, CN; R3 ¼ H) was studied using their acidic and basic ionization constants and the results were conﬁrmed by UV spectroscopy (74CPB1239).
Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry, Vol. 91 by Alan R. Katritzky