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A Systematic Study on Knoevenagel Reaction and Nazarov Cyclization of Less Reactive Carbonyl Compounds Using Rare Earth Triflates and Its Applications
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A Systematic Study on Knoevenagel Reaction and Nazarov Cyclization of Less Reactive Carbonyl Compounds Using Rare Earth Triflates and Its Applications
Ilangovan, A.; Muralidharan, S.; Maruthamuthu, S.;
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 Abstract
A systematic study of Knoevenagel reaction and Nazarov cyclization was made on variety of less reactive carbonyl compounds such as -ketoesters, 1,3-diketones and cyclic active methylene compounds using as the catalyst. Recycling study confirms reusability of the catalyst without much loss of activity.
 Keywords
Knoevenagel Reaction;Nazarov cyclization;Yetterbium triflate;1,3-diketones;Ethyl acetoacetate;
 Language
English
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