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Molecules 2009, 14(11), 4779-4789; doi:10.3390/molecules14114779
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Silica Sulfuric Acid Promotes Aza-Michael Addition Reactions under Solvent-Free Condition as a Heterogeneous and Reusable Catalyst

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Received: 3 November 2009; in revised form: 19 November 2009 / Accepted: 23 November 2009 / Published: 23 November 2009
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Abstract: A highly efficient, inexpensive, recyclable, convenient, and green protocol for chemoselective aza-Michael addition reactions of amines/thiols to α,β-unsaturated compounds using silica sulfuric acid (SSA or SiO2-SO3H) was developed. This method is simple, convenient and the title compounds are produced in good to excellent yields.
Keywords: amines; thiols; silica sulfuric acid (SSA); Michael reaction; α,β-unsaturated olefins amines; thiols; silica sulfuric acid (SSA); Michael reaction; α,β-unsaturated olefins
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Wang, Y.; Yuan, Y.-Q.; Guo, S.-R. Silica Sulfuric Acid Promotes Aza-Michael Addition Reactions under Solvent-Free Condition as a Heterogeneous and Reusable Catalyst. Molecules 2009, 14, 4779-4789.

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Wang Y, Yuan Y-Q, Guo S-R. Silica Sulfuric Acid Promotes Aza-Michael Addition Reactions under Solvent-Free Condition as a Heterogeneous and Reusable Catalyst. Molecules. 2009; 14(11):4779-4789.

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Wang, Yan; Yuan, Yan-Qin; Guo, Sheng-Rong. 2009. "Silica Sulfuric Acid Promotes Aza-Michael Addition Reactions under Solvent-Free Condition as a Heterogeneous and Reusable Catalyst." Molecules 14, no. 11: 4779-4789.


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