RESEARCH institutes, ORGANIC chemistry, ANNIVERSARIES, SCIENTISTS, and HETEROCYCLIC chemistry
Reports that the N. D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry (IOC), a large scientific center in Russia in the field of organic chemistry, organic catalysis, and the chemistry of natural and biologically active compounds, has turned 70 years old on February 23, 2004. Institute's concentration of highly qualified scientists on its staff; Major scientific results achieved by several institute; Studies in heterocyclic chemistry.
Journal of College Science Teaching; Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p56-60, 5p
CURCUMA, CHEMISTRY education, CHEMISTRY experiments, ORGANIC chemistry, and TAUTOMERISM
The article presents a case study which centers on the chemistry of curcumin. One of the objectives of the case was to examine the main concepts in organic chemistry, which include keto-enol tautomerization, resonance theory, antioxidant chemistry, organic acids and bases, and metal chelation. For the study, students were grouped into five or six. It was found that several students had difficulty creating different resonance structures.
Frías, María, Cieślik, Wioleta, Fraile, Alberto, Rosado‐Abón, Anielka, Garrido‐Castro, Alberto F., Yuste, Francisco, and Alemán, José
Chemistry - A European Journal; Aug2018, Vol. 24 Issue 43, p10906-10933, 28p
ORGANOCATALYSIS, ORGANIC chemistry, SUPRAMOLECULAR chemistry, NATURAL products, and CHEMICAL reactions
Abstract: Organocatalysis is a growing area that is benefiting from advances in many fields. Its implementation has begun in areas such as supramolecular chemistry, organic chemistry and natural product synthesis. While a considerable number of important publications in the field of organocatalytic Mukaiyama‐type additions have been reported, they are yet to be fully covered in a review. Therefore, we would like to highlight the applications of various kinds of organocatalysts in Mukaiyama‐type reactions, while also including the vinylogous Mukaiyama variation. Herein we describe and discuss the development and current state of the art of the organocatalytic Mukaiyama reaction, vinylogous Mukaiyama and related reactions. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Research & Exploration in Laboratory; Sep2018, Vol. 37 Issue 9, p232-290, 4p
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