Special Issue "Pyrazole Derivatives"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2017)
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Holzer
Division of Drug Synthesis, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Vienna, Althanstrasse 14, 1090 Vienna, Austria
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Interests: chemistry of azoles; chemistry of azines; heterocyclic tautomerism; NMR spectroscopy in structural elucidation; medicinal heterocyclic chemistry; chemistry of carbenoides
The pyrazole nucleus has been the core of the first synthetic drug molecule and is still a frequently-occurring motif in many biologically active compounds, including several pharmaceuticals currently on the market. Moreover, pyrazole derivatives have found numerous applications in agrochemicals, dyes, fluorescent materials, and more. Hence, there is ongoing interest in pyrazole chemistry also in recent times, what is reflected by a plethora of correspondent publications.
In this respect, researchers in the field are cordially invited to submit their manuscripts relevant to the synthesis of pyrazoles, pyrazolidines and pyrazolinones, their functionalization and their use in the construction of condensed systems for a Special Issue, ‘Pyrazole Derivatives’, within the journal Molecules. Moreover, contributions regarding spectroscopic data and tautomerism studies with appropriate pyrazole derivatives are welcome.
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Holzer
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- Synthesis of pyrazoles via ring-closure reactions
- Functionalization of the pyrazole nucleus
- Cross-coupling reactions with appropriate pyrazoles
- N-alkylation and N-arylation of NH-pyrazoles
- Synthesis of condensed systems starting from pyrazole derivatives
- Tautomerism of pyrazoles and pyrazolones
- Bioactive pyrazole derivatives
- Spectroscopic data of pyrazoles
- Pyrazole-containing ligands