Diels-Alder reaction


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Diels-Alder reaction

(ˈdiːlzˈɔːldə)
n
(Chemistry) chem a type of chemical reaction in which one organic compound containing conjugated double bonds adds to another containing an ethylenic bond to form a product containing a ring
[C20: named after Otto Diels (1876–1954) and Kurt Alder (1902–58), German chemists]
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According to a reported method [10], the triptycene-hydroquinone 2 was obtained in a good yield starting from the Diels-Alder reaction of p-benzoquinone and anthracene and subsequent rearrangement reaction using acetic acid/HBr as catalyst.
The research team looked at a lab-grown ribozyme that catalyzes the Diels-Alder reaction, which has broad applications in organic chemistry.
The signature of reversion, conjugated unsaturation in the backbone, serves as the reaction site for crosslink repair via the Diels-Alder reaction using the dienophile 1,3 bis(citraconimidomethyl) benzene (BCI-MX, Perkalink 900) (ref.
Exclusively, our interest is exploring a Diels-Alder reaction of furan and maleic anhydride in water.
The synthesis begins with a Diels-Alder reaction between heterodiene 10 and vinyl ether 3 as the dienophile (Equation 2).
6), which was synthesized by Seebach's group and used successfully as a chiral ligand in Diels-Alder reaction [12], carbonyl-ene reaction [13], 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition [14], and nucleophilic addition to carbonyl group [15].
When Corey first reported a laboratory synthesis of prostaglandins 21 years ago, chemists had no way of controlling the orientation at which these two reactants would approach each other during this step, known as a Diels-Alder reaction.
Automend was produced by the UCLA team during experiments using the Diels-Alder reaction to develop extremely hard polymer materials.
5) that BCI-MX, due to its unique chemical structure, reacts with the dienes/trienes formed along the polymer backbone as a result of reversion via the classical Diels-Alder reaction mechanism to form new thermally stable, long and flexible carbon-carbon crosslinks which compensate for the loss of sulfidic crosslinks occurring during reversion (figure 1).
Trost of the University of Wisconsin in Madison has discovered a reaction that mimics the Diels-Alder reaction but creates five-membered rings instead of six-membered rings.
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