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Green chemical tools in organophosphorus chemistry-organophosphorus tools in green chemistry
journal contributionposted on 2011-05-13, 00:00 authored by G Kglevich, A Grün, E Bálint, N Z Kiss, R Kovács, I G Molnár, Z Blastik, R V Tóth, A Fehérvári, I Csontos
A variety of reactions including esterifications, alkylations, additions, cycloadditions, fragmentations, and condensations were carried out under microwave MW-assisted and solventless conditions, occasionally in ionic liquids (ILs). In a few cases, MW was synergic with phase transfer catalysis or could substitute it. A variety of P(III) ligands were developed and converted to Pt(II) complexes that can be used as catalysts. Finally, phosphorylations and the Kabachnik-Fields reaction were monitored and optimized by an on-line method, in situ Fourier transform IR spectroscopy.
JournalPhosphorus, sulfur and silicon and the related elements
SeasonSpecial Issue : 18th International Conference on Phosphorus Chemistry 9ICPC2010)
Pagination613 - 620
PublisherTaylor & Francis Group
LocationNew York, N.Y.
Publication classificationC1.1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
Copyright notice2011, Taylor & Francis Group
green chemistryin situ Fourier transform IR spectroscopyMW-assisted organic synthesisorganophosphorus chemistryphase transfer catalysisPt(II)-P(III) complexesScience & TechnologyPhysical SciencesChemistry, Inorganic & NuclearChemistry, OrganicChemistryALPHA-AMINO PHOSPHONATESPHASE-TRANSFER CATALYSISTRANSFORM INFRARED-SPECTROSCOPY6-MEMBERED P-HETEROCYCLESSOLID-LIQUID PHASEONE-POT SYNTHESISMICROWAVE-ASSISTED SYNTHESISSOLVENT-FREE CONDITIONSEFFICIENT SYNTHESISDIETHYL CHLOROPHOSPHATEOrganic ChemistryInorganic Chemistry