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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.
The catalytic activities of pyridinium salts were also investigated starting with the aldol reaction of acetone with 4-nitrobenzaldehyde.
SC4A often adopts a cone conformation that preferentially binds to metal ions [4, 5], biomolecules [6], and cationic organic compounds [7-9], such as protonated amines and pyridinium salts.