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PEG-Mediated Catalyst-Free Expeditious Synthesis of Functionalized Benzene/Biaryl and Fluoren-9-one Derivatives from Activated Acetylenes and 1,3-Diones
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 Title & Authors
PEG-Mediated Catalyst-Free Expeditious Synthesis of Functionalized Benzene/Biaryl and Fluoren-9-one Derivatives from Activated Acetylenes and 1,3-Diones
Piltan, Mohammad; Yavari, Issa; Moradi, Loghman; Zarei, Seyed Amir;
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 Abstract
Poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG) has been used as a sustainable, non-volatile, and environmentally friendly reaction solvent for the synthesis of functionalized benzene/biaryl and fluoren-9-one derivatives from activated acetylenes and 1,3-diones at . No additional solvent and catalyst are required.
 Keywords
Biaryl;PEG;1,3-Diones;Fluoren-9-one;
 Language
English
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