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  • Carbonyl compounds are molecules containing the carbonyl group, C=O. These include aldehydes and ketones.
  • Common names are also used for carbonyl-containing substituent groups,which are known collectively as acyl groups.
  • The acidity of β-dicarbonyl compounds is considerably higher than that of monocarbonyl compounds and other dicarbonyl compounds.
  • In keto-enol equilibrium of β-dicarbonyl compounds, the (mono)enolic form usually exceeds the keto form.
  • A β-dicarbonyl compound's enol is additionally stabilized through resonance of the enol's carbon-carbon double bond with the second carbonyl group, the enol's hydroxy hydrogen is, on the other hand, connected to the carbonyl oxygen by a hydrogen bridge bond.
  • A reaction did take place, however, when a b-lactone and a cyclic 2-diazo-1,3-dicarbonyl compound  were stirred in the presence of rhodium acetate, the product unexpectedly being the dioxepinone.
  • The difference in O/N-selectivity observed between the L-proline- and L-prolinamide-catalyzed reaction is thought to result from activation of the oxygen through protonation of the nitrogen of nitrosobenzene by the carboxylic acid function of L-proline.
  • The catalytic, enantioselective amination of α-cyanoacetates and β-dicarbonyl compounds with β-isocupreidine  to form tetrasubstituted stereocenters.
  • Employing inexpensive N-chlorosuccinimide as the electrophilic chlorine source and a diphenylpyrrolidine catalyst, JÝrgensen reports high yields (90-99%) and good enantioselectivities with a variety of aldehydes.
General
  • Dicarbonyl compounds
  • Carbonyl Chemistry: 1,3-Dicarbonyl Compounds
  • β-Dicarbonyl Compounds
  • Acid/Base-Properties of 1,3-Dicarbonyl Compounds and their Respective Radicals
  • Carbonyl Chemistry
Reaction & Synthesis
  • The C-Arylation Of β-Dicarbonyl  Compounds
  • Alpha Substitution of Carbonyl Compounds
  • Carbonyl Compounds-Enols And Enolate Anions
  • α-Fluorination of β-dicarbonyl compounds using p-iodotoluene difluoride under neutral conditions
  • The reaction of cyclic 2-diazo-1,3-dicarbonyl compounds with ‚- and „-lactones: formation of benzodioxepinones, benzodioxecinones and benzofuran
  • Reduction of dicarbonyl compounds on a mercury electrode. 11. Reduction mechanism of acetylbenzoyl
  • Solid-phase Synthesis of Unsaturated β-Dicarbonyl Compounds from Polymer-supported 4-(Phenylseleno)morpholine
  • Enolate Chemistry Continued Synthesis and Reactions of β-Dicarbonyl Compounds
  • Utilisation of 1,3-Dicarbonyl Derivatives in Multicomponent Reactions
Consultant & Project
  • Consultant In United States
  • Another Consultant In United States
  • Purdue University Instrument Van Project

 

Technology & Patent
  • Formation Of   α-Hydroxycarbonyl And  α-Dicarbonyl Compounds During Degradation Of Monosaccharides
  • A Method for the Determination of a-Dicarbonyl Compounds
  • Chelated Beta Dicarbonyl Compounds
  • 1,3-Dicarbonyl Compounds
  • Delta Dicarbonyl Compounds And Methods For Using The Same
  • Dicarbonyl Compounds
  • Fluorination Of Dicarbonyl Compounds
  • Process For The Production Of Acylation 1,3-Dicarbonyl Compounds
  • Thermoplastic Compostion Based On Vinyl Chloride Ploymers Stabilized With Polyhydroxyl Compounds
  • Use Of Dicarbonyl Compounds For Increasing The Thermal,Stability Of Biopolymers In The Field Of Oil And Gas Exploration

Report

  • Catalyst Enantioselective Electrophilic α-Functionalization Of Carbonyl Compounds
  • Effect Of Dicarbonyl Modification Of Fibronectin On Retinal Capillary Pericytes
  • High Efficient  Mechanochemical Reaction Of 1,3-Dicarbonyl Compounds
  • Cobalt(II) Chloride-Mediated Synthesis of β-Enamino Compounds under
    Solvent-Free Conditions
  • Report About 1,3-Dicarbonyl Compounds
Material Safety Data Sheet
  • Acetic acid
  • Acetone
  • Dimethyl Malonate
  • 1,4-Benzoquinone
  • Ultracide

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