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By Alan R. Katritzky

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5 h 36% SCHEME14 2. Reactivity of Rings The reaction of 1,3,4,4~,5,10-hexahydro~l,3]thiazino[3,4-b]isoquinolinel-thione and methyl iodide gave l-methylthio-4,4~,5,1O-tetrahydro-3H[1,3]thiazino[3,4-b]isoquinoliniumiodide, which reacted with 5-aminoisoquinoline in pyridine at 40°C to afford l-(5-isoquinolylirnino)-1,3,4,4~,5, l0-hexahydro[l,3]thiazino[3,4-b]isoquinoline(79GEP2848926). Sec. C] PYRIDO[1,2-c][1,3]OXAZINES, -THIAZINES, & -PYRIMIDINES, I1 41 The 4-(substituted imino) moiety of 1,2,4,6,7,11b-hexahydro-2H-[l,3]thiazino[4,3-~]isoquinolineswas substituted with another (substituted imino) group when 9,10-dimethoxy-l-hydroxymethyl-4-(substituted imino)-1,2,4, 6,7,llb-hexahydro-[l,3]thiazino[4,3-a]isoquinolines were reacted with primary amines in boiling ethanol (85GEP3510526).

Ring Transformation 2-Aryl-1,6,7,8,9,9a-hexahydro-4H-quinolizines were obtained when 3aryl-methylperhydropyrido[1,2-c][1,310xazine hydrochlorides were heated in concentrated hydrochloric acid (60BRP856357; 62USP3031454). Ethyl 4,5,6,7,8,8a-hexahydro-3~-quinolizine-l-carboxylate was obtained 1,2-c][1,310xazine-4-carin 82% yield from l-oxo-3-vinylperhydropyrido[ boxylate on the action of DBU in DMSO [88CPB1597; 90H(30)885]. Rearrangement of [1,3]oxazino[3,4-a]quinoline(67, R = H) in the presence of NaOMe in cyclohexane at 65°C produced benzo(c)quinolizine-1,3-dione (99) (71JOC2211).

The O-outside cis conformer, cis-O,,, should be higher in energy than the trans conformer Teqby approximately the value for the cis-truns-quinolizidine, AGO, and should therefore contribute only ca. 1% to the equilibrium at 25°C. The difference between the trans conformer Taxand the N-inside cis-fused conformer, cis-Zeq,is approximately one guuche-butane interaction (ca. 9 kcal mol-') in favor of Tax,and they should be in an equilibrium ratio of ca. 4: 1 at 25°C. 3 kcal mol-l. On this basis, the equilibrium proportions for 2-methylperhydropyrido[l,2-c]pyrimidine (52, R = Me) are ca.

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