Is Converting a Secondary Amine to a Primary Amine Possible with This Route?

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In summary, the conversation discusses numbering reagents and products for accuracy, requesting tips for improving the process, and considering alternative methods for converting a secondary amine to a primary amine. It also mentions the approach of creating a double bond and inducing a carbon nitrogen double bond for better results.
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I numbered each reagent and product so you can point and laugh accurately. Any tips would be awesome!
 
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I don't really need a full walkthrough, but if any you you guys spot a product/reagent 1-19 that you notice is right or wrong then please let me know :)
 
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The route seems excessive, you won't get a significant yield with it, the significance here is converting a secondary amine to a primary amine, you should search for methods that have to do with this topic in general.

You're approach of creating the double bond seems to be a good initial step, the next one would be to induce the carbon nitrogen double bond since it is more favorable when its conjugated with the Benzene ring.
 

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