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a chemical reaction in which one molecule is added to another

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Lin, Acidic Ionic Liquid [NMP]H2PO4 as Dual Solvent-Catalyst for Synthesis of b- alkoxyketones by the Oxa-Michael Addition Reactions, Tetrahedron Lett., 66, 8300 (2010).
Recently, we have developed a mechanistic model that adequately predicted the Michael addition polymerization of BMI with BTA in the temperature range 383-423 K with the aid of adding sufficient HQ to completely suppress the free radical polymerization (5), This approach is capable of decoupling the rather complicated competitive Michael addition reaction and free radical polymerization mechanisms, thereby leading to the true key kinetic parameters such as the reaction rate constants and activation energy for the Michael addition reaction polymerization.
In the field of advanced organic synthesis, Michael addition reaction is one of the most powerful tools for carbon-carbon bond construction reactions [1-6].
It could be possible for TO with strong electron withdrawing substituents to serve as dienophile and from the value of [DELTA][omega] heterocycle 1d could involve in (4+2) addition reactions with heterocycles 1e and 1f.
Diastereoselective synthesis of SS-2-methylsulfanyl-2-methylsulfinyl-1-indanol by reduction of SS-2-methylsulfanyl-2-methylsulfinyl-1-indanone optically enriched demonstrating to be highly efficiency using the sulfanyl group as asymmetric induction control agent during an addition reaction to carbonyl group.The 2-methylsulfinyl-1-indanone was obtained for the first time in one unique step without further oxidation steps.
The authors cover general principles of this scientific discipline such as macrocyclic stereocontrol, chiral acetals, conjugate additions and carbonyl addition reactions. Each chapter supplies an introduction to each of these asymmetrical reactions, a theoretical conclusion and a bibliography for further research.
Type I coagents are typically polar, low molecular weight multifunctional compounds which propagate very reactive radicals primarily through addition reactions. These "monomers" can be homopolymerized or grafted to polymer chains.
Novel non-templated nucleotide addition reactions catalyzed by procaryotic and eucaryotic DNA polymerases.
Abstract Michael addition reactions were utilized to form A[B.sub.2] type monomers and esterified to form polyaspartate esters (PASPE).
To the best of our knowledge, potassium carbonate was previously reported to catalyse only a few examples of Michael addition reactions, although never under neat conditions but with the required assistance of solvents [20, 21], ultrasounds activation, and ionic liquids [22], or with the use of a limited number of substrates as starting materials [23] or else not involving nitroalkanes but different nucleophiles [24-26].
Volume 2 contains chapters on transition metal-catalyzed desulfitative coupling of thioorganic compounds with boronic acids; catalytic additions of allyllic boronates to carbonyl and imine derivatives; nucleophilic addition reactions to organoboronic acids; asymmetric homologation of boronic esters with lithiated carbamates, epoxides, and azirdines; borate and boronic acid derivatives as catalysts in organic synthesis.
Among the chapter topics are iron catalysis in biological and biomimetic reactions, iron-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions, iron-catalyzed aromatic substitutions, and addition and conjugate addition reactions to carbonyl compounds.