Buchler Glossary


Oxaziridines are generally formed by the action of a peracid on a combination of a carbonyl compound and an amine, either as a Schiff base or a simple mixture. Oxaziridines and oxazirines are the smallest heterocyclic compounds having three electronegatively different oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon atoms in a three-membered ring system.

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