pyridine

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a toxic colorless flammable liquid organic base with a disagreeable odor

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: Summary: The catalytic potential of chiral proline amides and pyridinium salts in the aldol condensation in water was investigated.
Keywords: Aldol reactions, Green chemistry, Homogeneous catalysis, Phase-transfer catalysis, Proline amides, Pyridinium salts.
In this paper we would like to investigate catalytic activities of some chiral proline amides and pyridinium salts on aldol reactions in water.
The catalytic activities of pyridinium salts were also investigated starting with the aldol reaction of acetone with 4-nitrobenzaldehyde.
ConclusionIn conclusion, proline amide derivatives and chiral pyridinium salts, which were prepared easily from cheap, commercially available materials, were very effective catalysts in the aldol reactions of acetone with aromatic aldehydes.