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- the knoevenagel condensation reaction is an organic reaction named after emil knoevenagel . it is a modification of the aldol
- heinrich emil albert knoevenagel (18 june 1865 – 11 august 1921) was the german chemist who established the knoevenagel condensation
- knoevenagel–fries modification: the knoevenagel–fries modification allows for the synthesis of unsymmetrical pyridine compounds
- using the knoevenagel condensation reaction, barbituric acid can form a large variety of barbiturate drugs that behave as central
- malononitrile is relatively acidic, with an pk sub a/sub of 11 in water this allows it to be used in the knoevenagel condensation , for
- first, acrolein is formed in a knoevenagel condensation from the acetaldehyde and formaldehyde. it is then condensed with acetaldehyde
- as an example, an enone such as a chalcone can be synthesized in a knoevenagel condensation . in the meyer–schuster rearrangement the
- after its inventor, the so-called named reaction , to name just a few: knoevenagel condensation , wittig reaction or diels-alder reaction .
- the first step in the ring synthesis is related to the knoevenagel condensation . in the second step the enolate displaces an alkyl
- knoevenagel condensation s, deprotonation reactions of phenol s, carboxylic acid s and c-acids (scheme 2) aminolysis of esters