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- dihydropyridine synthesis is found to benefit from microwave chemistry. the knoevenagel–fries modification allows for the synthesis of unsymmetrical pyridine
- albert knoevenagel (18 june 1865 – 11 august 1921) was the german chemist who established the knoevenagel condensation reaction. the knoevenagel condensation
- knoevenagel condensation reaction is an organic reaction named after emil knoevenagel. it is a modification of the aldol condensation. a knoevenagel condensation
- acidic, with a pka of 11 in water. this allows it to be used in the knoevenagel condensation, for example in the preparation of cs gas: in related
- (ch2=chcho). enones are typically producing using an aldol condensation or knoevenagel condensation. some commercially significant enones are produced by condensations
- and pyridine. the first step in the ring synthesis is related to the knoevenagel condensation. in the second step the enolate displaces an alkyl halogen
- carbanions, which are often used in organic synthesis. examples include the knoevenagel condensation and the malonic ester synthesis. some examples of methylene
- to non-ionic products ammonium acetate is useful as a catalyst in the knoevenagel condensation and as a source of ammonia in the borch reaction in organic