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Comparative Study Using Different Infrared Zones of the Solventless Activation of Organic Reactions
AbstractIn this work, the results of a study comparing the use of irradiation from different regions of the infrared spectrum for the promotion of several organic reactions, are presented and discussed. This use of eco-conditions provides a green approach to chemical synthesis. A set of ten different organic reactions were evaluated, including the Knoevenagel, Hantzsch, Biginelli and Meldrum reactions. It is important to highlight the use of a commercial device that produces infrared irradiation in the near infrared region and its distribution by convection providing heating uniformity, significantly reducing reaction times, achieving good yields and proceeding in the absence of solvent. It is also worth noting that a variety of different reactions may be performed at the same time. Finally, the products obtained were identified using TLC, together with corresponding MS-data, complementarily in comparison of NMR 1H and 13C data with literature information.
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Córdova, M.O.N.; Ramírez, C.I.F.; Bejarano, B.V.; Razo, G.A.A.; Flores, F.J.P.; Tellez, V.C.; Ruvalcaba, R.M. Comparative Study Using Different Infrared Zones of the Solventless Activation of Organic Reactions. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2011, 12, 8575-8580.View more citation formats
Córdova MON, Ramírez CIF, Bejarano BV, Razo GAA, Flores FJP, Tellez VC, Ruvalcaba RM. Comparative Study Using Different Infrared Zones of the Solventless Activation of Organic Reactions. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2011; 12(12):8575-8580.Chicago/Turabian Style
Córdova, María Olivia Noguez; Ramírez, Carlos I. Flores; Bejarano, Benjamín Velasco; Razo, Gabriel A. Arroyo; Flores, Francisco J. Pérez; Tellez, Vladimir Carranza; Ruvalcaba, René Miranda. 2011. "Comparative Study Using Different Infrared Zones of the Solventless Activation of Organic Reactions." Int. J. Mol. Sci. 12, no. 12: 8575-8580.
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