A Facile and Efficient One‐Pot Synthesis of Dihydropyrimidinones Catalyzed by Magnesium Bromide Under Solvent‐Free Conditions

  title={A Facile and Efficient One‐Pot Synthesis of Dihydropyrimidinones Catalyzed by Magnesium Bromide Under Solvent‐Free Conditions},
  author={Hojatollah Salehi and Qing-Xiang Guo},
  journal={Synthetic Communications},
  pages={171 - 179}
Abstract Magnesium bromide efficiently catalyzes the three‐component condensation reaction of aldehyde, β‐diketon and urea/thiourea under solvent‐free conditions to afford the corresponding dihydropyrimidinones in high yields and short reaction time. 

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