Articles written in Journal of Chemical Sciences
Volume 126 Issue 6 November 2014 pp 1903-1912 Regular Articles
Fe(HSO4)3(FHS) was used as an efficient catalyst for the heterogeneous addition of a series of benzylic and allylic alcohols to various 𝛽-dicarbonyl compounds, which afforded moderate to excellent yields of 𝐶-alkylated products in 1,2-dichloroethane. In comparison with the previous methods, the present research surprisingly exhibited higher reaction yields without formation of any by-products which could be formed by self-condensation of alcohols. Moreover, the catalyst can be readily recovered and reused up to five times with almost maintained reactivity and yields.
Volume 129 Issue 3 March 2017 pp 313-328 Regular Article
Expanded Perlite-Polyphosphoric acid (EP-PPA) as a novel, efficient, recyclable and eco-benign heterogeneous catalyst has been applied for the green and rapid synthesis of aryl/alkylbis(indolyl)methanes, in water, in good to excellent yields. The catalyst was characterized by XRF, FT-IR, TGA/DTG, ICP-OES, SEMEDX and pH analysis. Importantly, the newly synthesized heterogeneous solid acid catalyst can be recovered and reused six times without any significant loss in its catalytic potential. The remarkable features of thepresent methodology are high conversions, shorter reaction times, cleaner reaction profiles and simple work-up procedures.
Volume 131 | Issue 7
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