Tandem Catalysis of an Aldol-‘Click’ Reaction System within a Molecular Hydrogel
AbstractA heterogeneous supramolecular catalytic system for multicomponent aldol-‘click’ reactions is reported. The copper(I) metallohydrogel functionalized with a phenyltriazole fragment was able to catalyze the multicomponent reaction between phenylacetylene, p-nitrobenzaldehyde, and an azide containing a ketone moiety, obtaining the corresponding aldol products in good yields. A possible mechanistic pathway responsible for this unexpected catalytic behavior has been proposed. View Full-Text
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Araújo, M.; Muñoz Capdevila, I.; Díaz-Oltra, S.; Escuder, B. Tandem Catalysis of an Aldol-‘Click’ Reaction System within a Molecular Hydrogel. Molecules 2016, 21, 744.
Araújo M, Muñoz Capdevila I, Díaz-Oltra S, Escuder B. Tandem Catalysis of an Aldol-‘Click’ Reaction System within a Molecular Hydrogel. Molecules. 2016; 21(6):744.Chicago/Turabian Style
Araújo, Marco; Muñoz Capdevila, Iván; Díaz-Oltra, Santiago; Escuder, Beatriu. 2016. "Tandem Catalysis of an Aldol-‘Click’ Reaction System within a Molecular Hydrogel." Molecules 21, no. 6: 744.
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