Azolyacetones as precursors to indoles and naphthofurans facilitated by microwave irradiation with simultaneous cooling.

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Phthalimide reacted with phenacyl bromide under microwave irradiation to yield phenacyl isoindolidene-1,3-dione (3b), while 3a reacted with phenylhydrazine to yield the phenylhydrazone 4 that was readily converted into indoylphthalimide 8. Similarly N-benzotriazolylacetone (6a) reacted with phenyl hydrazine to yield the phenylhydrazone 7a that was converted… (More)
DOI: 10.3390/molecules14082976

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