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New synthetic routes to substituted 3-hydroxypyridines 6 are presented. Ring-closing olefin metathesis (RCM)/elimination and RCM/oxidation/deprotection of nitrogen-containing dienes 4 are the key processes of the routes. An application of RCM/oxidation/deprotection to the synthesis of 3-aminopyridine 13f is also described.
The selective synthesis of substituted indoles was achieved by the ring-closing olefin metathesis (RCM)/elimination sequence or the RCM/tautomerization sequence of functionalized pyrrole precursors. The RCM/elimination sequence was also applied to double ring closure to yield a substituted carbazole.
SUMMARY We have investigated the microwave-detected photocon-ductivity responses from the amorphous In–Ga–Zn–O (a-IGZO) thin films. The time constant extracted by the slope of the slow part of the reflectivity signals are correlated with TFT performances. We have evaluated the influences of the sputtering conditions on the quality of a-IGZO thin film, as(More)
The selective synthesis of substituted 4-vinylindoles by the ring-closing enyne metathesis (RCEM)/dehydration sequence is reported. In contrast with many known methods in which a pyrrole ring is constructed onto a functionalized benzene precursor, this method enables the construction of a benzene ring onto a pyrrole precursor. The RCEM/tautomerization(More)
SUMMARY Microwave photoconductivity decay (μ-PCD) method was applied to evaluate the effects of chemical composition and Ar + plasma induced damage on the bulk and the surface states in amorphous In-Ga-Zn-O (a-IGZO) films. It was found that the peak reflectivity signal in the pho-toconductivity response increased with decreasing the Ga content, and had a(More)
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