Daedalean Associates


The 2-amino-selenazoles are crystalline compounds, and sometimes unstable, for example, the parent compound on heating in water undergoes complete decomposition. A few of these selenazoles which are substituted in the amino group are oily liquids. The basic character is more pronounced than in the alkyl- and aryl-selenazoles. The hydrochloride salts are, therefore, not so easily hydrolyzed in aqueous solution. 2-Amino- and 2-methylamino-4-methylselenazole have been considered to exist partly in the tautomeric selenazol-2-one imine form from comparison of their ultraviolet spectrum with that of 2-diethylamino-4-methylselenazole.  [c.349]


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