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2-Carbomethoxytropinone is a compound that available used for cocaine syntheses. Also known as 2-carbomethoxy-3-tropinone, with Molecular Formula: C10H15NO3 and Molecular Weight: 197.231.
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Racemic form of 2-carbomethoxytropinone is obtained by partial saponification of 2,4-dicarbomethoxytropinone, or by other convenient reaction is condensation of monomethyl beta-ketoglutarate, got from beta-ketoglutaric anhydride, with succindialdehyde and methylamine.
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'''2-Carbomethoxytropinone'''('''2-CMT''') is a commonly used [[Organic compound|organic]] [[Reaction intermediate|intermediate]] in the [[Organic synthesis|synthesis]] of [[cocaine]].<ref name=Findlay>{{cite journal|doi=10.1021/jo01362a022|title=Concerning 2-Carbomethoxytropinone*|year=1957|last1=Findlay|first1=Stephen P.|journal=The Journal of Organic Chemistry|volume=22|issue=11|pages=1385}}</ref> A β-keto ester, 2-carbomethoxytropinone exists in equilibrium with its keto–enol [[tautomer]].
  
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2-Carbomethoxytropinone(2-CMT) is a commonly used organic intermediate in the synthesis of cocaine.[1] A β-keto ester, 2-carbomethoxytropinone exists in equilibrium with its keto–enol tautomer.

References

  1. Findlay, Stephen P. (1957). "Concerning 2-Carbomethoxytropinone*". The Journal of Organic Chemistry 22 (11): 1385. Template:Citation error. 

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