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The solvent-free (Cp*IrCl2)2 catalyzed N-alkylation of urea with benzyl alcohol has been studied. A variety of reaction conditions were studied and optimized to produce a high yield (82%) of N,N-dibenzylurea. A series of substituted benzyl alcohols were examined at the optimal reaction conditions. However, the preparation of substituted benzyl urea derivatives using conditions optimized for benzyl alcohol gave poor yields or intractable mixtures.
Bajaber, Majed Abdullah, "Study of Iridium Catalyzed N-Alkylation of Urea with Benzyl Alcohols" (2014). University of New Orleans Theses and Dissertations. 1863.
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