Microwave-Induced molecular rearrangements. Flash Thermolysis in the Gas-Phase and in solution: Synthesis of Quinolones and Naphthyridones
Lecoq, D., Chalmers, B.A., Veedu, R.N., Kvaskoff, D., Bernhardt, P.V. and Wentrup, C. (2009) Microwave-Induced molecular rearrangements. Flash Thermolysis in the Gas-Phase and in solution: Synthesis of Quinolones and Naphthyridones. Australian Journal of Chemistry, 62 (12). p. 1631.
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3- and 4-Pyridyliminopropadienones were prepared by flash vacuum thermolysis of Meldrum’s acid derivatives and characterized by low temperature IR spectroscopy. They react with dimethylamine to afford 1,5-, 1,6-, and 1,7-naphthyridones. The same naphthyridones are also obtained by microwave irradiation of the Meldrum’s acid derivatives. Quinolones were obtained by microwave irradiation of phenylaminomethylene-Meldrum’s acids and 1-phenylpyrrole-2,3-diones.
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