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After the reaction, the solution was again suspended with the aldehyde resin and subjected to the microwave-assisted scavenging (domestic microwave oven). After five irradiation cycles for 4 min each, the resin was filtered off and the filtrate was concentrated to obtain the corresponding glycinamide. Further modification and cyclization steps furnished the desired heterocyclic scaffolds. Finally, Porco and Lei have described the use of polymer-bound anthracene as...

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Microwave-enhanced chemistry is based on the efficient heating of materials by microwave dielectric heating effects 4, 5 . Microwave dielectric heating is dependent on the ability of a specific material (for example, a solvent or reagent) to absorb microwave energy and convert it into heat. Microwaves are electromagnetic waves which consist of an electric and a magnetic field component (Fig. 2.2). For most practical purposes related to microwave synthesis it is the electric component of the...

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Scheme 6.187 Fused prolines from azomethine ylide-maleimide 3+2 cycloadditions. has reported the generation of 2-heteroaryl-5-methoxyindoles using a solvent-free, clay-catalyzed protocol, starting from the corresponding in situ generated arylhydra-zones (Scheme 6.188) 350 . The microwave-induced Fischer indole synthesis was performed on montmorillonite K 10 clay modified with zinc chloride, providing the desired indoles within a relatively short timeframe. The 2-substituted indole products were...

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Scheme 4.32 Suzuki reactions in a micro reactor environment. MW, ca 100 C contact time 44 s flow rate 3 L min Critically evaluating the currently available instrumentation for microwave scale-up in batch and continuous-flow Chapter 3 , one may argue that for processing volumes of lt 1000 mL a batch process may be preferable. By carrying out sequential runs in batch mode, kg quantities of product can easily be obtained. When larger quantities of a specific product need to be prepared on a...

References

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Scheme 6.60 Synthesis of aryl aminobenzophenones using palladium-catalyzed aminations. cacy in the palladium-catalyzed amination, the X-Phos ligand system 2 mol palladium acetate, 4 mol ligand provided the highest product yields and cleanest reaction profiles. As a base, both sodium tert-butoxide and cesium carbonate worked equally well in a 5 1 toluene tert-butyl alcohol solvent mixture. Amination of an electronically diverse array of aryl halides with a variety of anilines was realized in...

Mitsunobu Reactions

The Mitsunobu reaction offers a powerful stereochemical transformation. This reaction is very efficient for inverting the configuration of chiral secondary alcohols since a clean SN2 process is generally observed Mitsunobu inversion . Considering the fact that Mitsunobu chemistry is typically carried out at or below room temperature, high-temperature Mitsunobu reactions performed under microwave con ditions would appear to have little chance of success. In 2001, however, it was established by...