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A Direct Synthesis of Aromatic Nitriles from Aldehydes Using a Mexican Bentonite and Microwave or Infrared Irradiation, in Absence of Solvent



Alvarado Rodríguez, José Guadalupe

1992

A direct synthesis of aromatic nitriles from aldehydes using bentonite and microwaves or infrared irradiation, in absence of solvent. F. Delgado, A.C. Cano, O. García, J. Alvarado, L. Velasco, C. Alvarez, H. Rudler Synth. Commun. (1992) 22, 14, 2125-8. DOI:10.1080/00397919208021348


Abstract


An efficient and simple procedure for the direct conversion of aromatic Aldehydes into the corresponding nitriles with hydroxylamine hydrochloride and a Mexican Bentonite via infrared or microwave irradiation.






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