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    • The local and natural sources in synthetic methods: the practical synthesis of aryl oximes from aryl aldehydes under catalyst-free conditions in mineral water

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      The synthesis of oximes from aryl aldehydes was prepared using hydroxylamine hydrochloride.The obtained oxime compounds were synthesized at maximum efficiency in mineral water at room temperature.The developed method is economical, practical and environmentally friendly. All of the aldehydeswere converted the oxime a method using local sources and useful for industrial applications is introduced inthe literature.

      In this study, addition elimination reaction, one of the important reactions of organic chemistry, was carried out using local sources. With this reaction, aryl oximes were obtained from aryl aldehydes in mineral water under catalyst-free conditions.

    • Homogeneous catalyst containing Pd in the reduction of aryl azides to primary amines

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      Commercially available dichloro[2,2-bis(diphenylphosphino)-1,1-binaphthyl]palladium(II)(BINAP.PdCl2) homogeneous catalyst was used for the reduction of aryl azides to primary amines. Thereactions were carried out in water and yields above 95% were obtained in a short time. Sodium borohydridewas used as the reducing reagent. A number of aryl azide derivatives have been converted into primaryamines, thanks to the hydrogen gas released by sodium borohydride with the help of water and catalyst.

      Synopsis Commercially available dichloro[2,2-bis(diphenylphosphino)-1,1-binaphthyl]palladium(II) (BINAP.PdCl2) homogeneous catalyst was used for the reduction of aryl azides to primary amines. The reactions were carried out in water and yields above 95% were obtained in a short time. Sodium borohydride was used as the reducing reagent. A number of aryl azide derivatives have been converted into primary amines, thanks to the hydrogen gas released by sodium borohydride with the help of water and catalyst.

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