Certain Grignard reagents react with monochloroamine in dry ether solution to form amines. There is a wide variation in the amount of amine produced. In some cases considerable ammonia is formed. With benzyl magnesium chloride, which thus far has given the best yield of amine, an 80 to 90% yield based on the monochloroamine is obtained.
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Coleman, G. H. and Houser, C. R.
"Monochloroamine with Grignard Reagents,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 34(1), 223-224.
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