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A new photochromic colorant with an oxazabicyclic moiety has been synthesized by an efficient method. It turns pale red upon UV irradiation and undergoes reverse reaction while being heated. This work may open an exciting new avenue for future development of the photochromic dyes with novel molecular structures.
A practical protocol for the preparation of a parallel solution-phase library of oxazabicycle is reported. Target compounds were obtained in moderate to good yields by a Yb(OTf)3-catalyzed one-pot tandem reaction from various anisidines, aromatic aldehydes, isobutyraldehyde, and 4-hydroxycoumarins/dimedone. Purification of the final products by either… (More)
Two cyclopropanecarbonyl derivatives were independently found to be 15 and 14 times more potent than the corresponding isopropylcarbonyl analogues as inhibitors of 4-hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase and dihydroorotate dehydrogenase, respectively. A thorough examination of the co-crystal structures of available enzyme inhibitor complexes and the… (More)