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Consecutive One-Pot versus Domino Multicomponent Approaches to 3-Diarylmethyleneoxindoles


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Integrated Research Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy, The Catholic University of Korea, Bucheon-si, Gyeonggi-do 420-743, Korea





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Academic Editor: Richard A. Bunce

Abstract Based on consecutive one-pot conditions combining three palladium-catalyzed reactions Sonogashira, Heck and Suzuki-Miyaura reactions, a more efficient domino multicomponent method has been successfully developed to access a wide variety of 3-diarylmethyleneoxindoles. Microwave irradiation and use of a silver salt were the most important factors to achieve high yields and stereoselectivity. View Full-Text

Keywords: consecutive one-pot reaction; domino reaction; 3-diarylmethyleneoxindole; palladium-catalyzed reaction; microwave irradiation consecutive one-pot reaction; domino reaction; 3-diarylmethyleneoxindole; palladium-catalyzed reaction; microwave irradiation





Author: Sunhwa Park, Jiyun Lee, Kye Jung Shin, Euichaul Oh and Jae Hong Seo *

Source: http://mdpi.com/



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