By Valentin A. Chebanov, Sergey M. Desenko, Thomas W. Gurley (auth.)
This monograph is dedicated to heterocyclization of aliphatic and fragrant a,ß-unsaturated carbonyls with numerous binucleophiles. those reactions produce in part hydrogenated nitrogen-containing heterocycles which are attention-grabbing as a result of their major function in organic procedures. they are often utilized in conjunction with combinatorial excessive throughput tools that contain microwave-assisted and ultrasonic-promoted reactions. The monograph is a entire overview of the recognized literature facts dedicated to the reactions of a,ß-unsaturated ketones, their man made equivalents and precursor. it truly is meant for chemists operating within the box of experimental syntheses and theoretical investigations of nitrogen-containing heterocycles, teachers at college and graduate students.
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For example, Palaska et al.  and Fathi et al.  reported the synthesis of pyrazolines 34 in high yields by the reaction of unsaturated ketones 32 and phenylhydrazine 42 2 Five-Membered Azaheterocycles 33 in glacial acetic acid. 9). Reactions with another hydrazide 39 leading to pyrazolines 40 are also carried out in acetic acid . 9 To accelerate the reactions rates and to increase their yields, sometimes microwave-assisted procedures are applied. The first mention of using a solvent-free microwave procedure was in .
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