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benz·al·de·hyde

 (bĕn-zăl′də-hīd′)
n.
A colorless oily aromatic aldehyde, C7H6O, obtained naturally, as from the bitter almond, or made synthetically and used in perfumes and as a solvent and a flavoring.

benzaldehyde

(bɛnˈzældɪˌhaɪd)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a yellowish fragrant volatile oil occurring in almond kernels and used in the manufacture of dyes, perfumes, and flavourings and as a solvent for oils and resins. Formula: C6H5CHO. Systematic name: benzenecarbaldehyde

benz•al•de•hyde

(bɛnˈzæl dəˌhaɪd)

n.
a colorless or yellowish water-soluble volatile oil, C7H6O, used in the synthesis of dyes, perfumes, and flavors and as a solvent.
[1865–70; < German; see benz-, aldehyde]
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There have been other benzaldehydes used in cancer such as glyco benzylidene extracted from the Japanese fig, (1) but this molecule was so difficult to extract it had to be synthesized.
0 mmol) and substituted benzaldehydes or different ketones (3.
Consequently, oxygen containing heterocycles (benzofuran, methylbenzofuran, dibenzofuran), carbonyl groups characterizing aldehydes and ketones (acetonaphthones, benzophenones, benzoquinones, benzaldehydes and their hydroxyl- and hydroxylmethyl derivatives), sulfur containing heterocycles (benzothiazole, benzoisothiazole), and nitriles (benzonitrile and aliphatic nitriles with long hydrocarbon chains) represent other groups of organic compounds identified in this extract.
Hypothesis: The reaction conducted on benzaldehydes with electron-donating substituents may result in even larger shifts towards the products of the secondary and tertiary Leuckart reactions.
The preparataion of tetrahydroarylnaphthisoazoles and related fused-ring compounds from dilithiated 1-tetralone oximes or other dilithiated oximes and selected substituted benzaldehydes.
The starting material 2,4-dihydroxyacetophenone (1) was stirred with hydrated hydrazine to yield 1-(2,4-dihydroxyphenyl)-1-ethanone hydrazone (2) which was further reacted with (un)substituted benzaldehydes, 3a-s, to acquire the target molecules, 4a-s.
However, benzaldehydes are different and very toxic.
Hypothesis: The reaction conducted on benzaldehydes with electron-donating substituents should result in even larger shifts towards the products of the secondary and tertiary Leuckart reactions.
The final hydrazone derivatives, 8a-j and 9a-j, were synthesized by the reaction of 6a and 6b with different un/mono substituted benzaldehydes (7a-j) in methanol.
Hypothesis: The reaction conducted on benzaldehydes with electron-withdrawing substituents should result in a less pronounced shift towards the products of the secondary and tertiary Leuckart reactions.
A one pot synthesis of Pyrazolo [5, 4-d] benzopyrans through condensation of 2- pyrazolin-5-ones and ortho hydroxy benzaldehydes has been described.