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Sodium Tertiary Pentoxide: A Mild and Efficient Base to Make C-C Bond between Acetylenes and Aldehydes (or) Ketones Producing Propargyl Alcohols

Sebastian Antony Savarimuthu, Hajeeth Thankappan, Selvaraj Augustine Thomas, Devarajan Gnanaprakasi Leo Prakash, Leo Prakash Orcid Logo

ChemistrySelect, Volume: 3, Issue: 29, Pages: 8479 - 8482

Swansea University Author: Leo Prakash Orcid Logo

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DOI (Published version): 10.1002/slct.201801640

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This report confirms that sodium tertiary‐pentoxide is a very effective base for the nucleophilic addition of acetylenes to aldehydes and ketones in 1,4‐dioxane at room temperature. These mild and operationally simple procedures have been working well with a variety of aromatic and heteroaromatic al...

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title Sodium Tertiary Pentoxide: A Mild and Efficient Base to Make C-C Bond between Acetylenes and Aldehydes (or) Ketones Producing Propargyl Alcohols
spellingShingle Sodium Tertiary Pentoxide: A Mild and Efficient Base to Make C-C Bond between Acetylenes and Aldehydes (or) Ketones Producing Propargyl Alcohols
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title_short Sodium Tertiary Pentoxide: A Mild and Efficient Base to Make C-C Bond between Acetylenes and Aldehydes (or) Ketones Producing Propargyl Alcohols
title_full Sodium Tertiary Pentoxide: A Mild and Efficient Base to Make C-C Bond between Acetylenes and Aldehydes (or) Ketones Producing Propargyl Alcohols
title_fullStr Sodium Tertiary Pentoxide: A Mild and Efficient Base to Make C-C Bond between Acetylenes and Aldehydes (or) Ketones Producing Propargyl Alcohols
title_full_unstemmed Sodium Tertiary Pentoxide: A Mild and Efficient Base to Make C-C Bond between Acetylenes and Aldehydes (or) Ketones Producing Propargyl Alcohols
title_sort Sodium Tertiary Pentoxide: A Mild and Efficient Base to Make C-C Bond between Acetylenes and Aldehydes (or) Ketones Producing Propargyl Alcohols
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description This report confirms that sodium tertiary‐pentoxide is a very effective base for the nucleophilic addition of acetylenes to aldehydes and ketones in 1,4‐dioxane at room temperature. These mild and operationally simple procedures have been working well with a variety of aromatic and heteroaromatic aldehydes and also equally working well with aliphatic, aromatic and heteroaromatic ketones. A very clean product of secondary and tertiary propargylic alcohols were obtained from 70–94% yield. This process has been explored in bulk scale synthesis on selected molecules and also adapted the column free purification for most of the substrates.
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