Platform technology for dienone and phenol–formaldehyde architectures
Giarrusso, M. A., Higham, L. T., Kreher, U. P., Mohan, R. S., Rosamilia, A. E., Scott, J. L. and Strauss, C. R., 2008. Platform technology for dienone and phenol–formaldehyde architectures. Green Chemistry, 10 (8), pp. 842-852.
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Claisen–Schmidt condensations, yielding only water as a by-product, performed on building blocks serving as shape-selective male or female terminals and unions, enable the preparation of diverse molecular structures including novel linear rods and semi-elliptical, rectangular or trapezoidal macrocycles. Isoaromatization affords a corresponding range of phenol-formaldehyde derivatives, in atom economical reactions.
|Creators||Giarrusso, M. A., Higham, L. T., Kreher, U. P., Mohan, R. S., Rosamilia, A. E., Scott, J. L. and Strauss, C. R.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Chemistry|
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