Greener and expeditious synthesis of bioactive heterocycles using microwave irradiation

@article{Polshettiwar2008GreenerAE,
  title={Greener and expeditious synthesis of bioactive heterocycles using microwave irradiation},
  author={Vivek Polshettiwar and Rajender S. Varma},
  journal={Pure and Applied Chemistry},
  year={2008},
  volume={80},
  pages={777 - 790}
}
The utilization of green chemistry techniques is dramatically reducing chemical waste and reaction times as has recently been proven in several organic syntheses and chemical transformations. To illustrate these advantages in the synthesis of bioactive heterocycles, we have studied various environmentally benign protocols that involve greener alternatives. Microwave (MW) irradiation of neat reactants catalyzed by the surfaces of recyclable mineral supports, such as alumina, silica, clay, or… 
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