Decomposing C37H24O6N2

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Goran77
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Decomposing C37H24O6N2

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Hi,
Decomposing C37H24O6N2 will produce (Ammonia + Ethylamine + Pyrrole + methyl pyrrole) could you please help me with the chemical equation, including the balance?

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What is this. These kind of questions make no sense, if the original compound is not known. The sum formula can be some thousands compounds.
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Re: Decomposing C37H24O6N2

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The original compound is polyetherimide. Thanks
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The information is still not sufficent

You have a R-O-R' and a R-CO-NR'R" group in your molecule.
How many carbons, alcyl or aryl you have to figure out.
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