Infrared irradiation: Effective promoter in the formation of N-benzylideneanilines in the absence of solvent

Miguel Á Vázquez, Miguel Landa, Leonor Reyes, René Miranda, Joaquín Tamariz, Francisco Delgado

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Abstract

Infrared irradiation promoted the formation of a series of Schiff bases in the condensation reaction between benzaldehydes and anilines, in the absence of solvent. Benzaldehydes and anilines, containing either electron-withdrawing or electron-releasing groups, were assessed to identify any substituent effect on the formation of the Schiff bases. This methodology is characterized by ease of set-up and work-up, and the reaction yields were comparable with those obtained in the methods reported previously. Moreover, this new procedure is environmentally benign because no solvent was employed in the transformations.
Original languageAmerican English
Pages (from-to)2705-2718
Number of pages2433
JournalSynthetic Communications
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StatePublished - 21 Sep 2004

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Aniline Compounds
Benzaldehydes
Schiff Bases
Irradiation
Electrons
Infrared radiation
Condensation reactions

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