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Phosphomolybdic Acid-Catalyzed Highly Efficient and Simple One-Pot Synthesis of Quinoxaline

인 몰립덴산을 촉매로 이용한 효과적이고 간단한 퀸옥살린의 One-Pot합성

  • Chaskar, Atul (Department of chemistry, Post graduate and Research Centre, C. K. Thakur College) ;
  • Padalkar, Vikas (Department of chemistry, Post graduate and Research Centre, C. K. Thakur College) ;
  • Phatangare, Kiran (Department of chemistry, Post graduate and Research Centre, C. K. Thakur College) ;
  • Langi, Bhushan (Department of chemistry, Post graduate and Research Centre, C. K. Thakur College) ;
  • Naik, Pallavi (Department of chemistry, Post graduate and Research Centre, C. K. Thakur College)
  • Published : 2009.12.20

Abstract

A series of quinoxaline derivatives were efficiently synthesized in excellent yield using phosphomolybdic acid as a catalyst. The advantages of present methods are ambient reaction temperature, simplicity of operation, high atom economy, recyclability of HPA catalyst and ecofriendly nature of reaction medium.

Keywords

Quinoxaline;Room temperature;Phosphomolybdic acid;1,2-Benzenediamines;1,2-Diketones

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