Heterocyclic Chemistry Compounds

The heterocyclic compound or ring structure can be a cyclic compound having atoms of a minimum of two completely different components as members of its ring (s). Heterocyclic chemistry is that branch of chemistry that deals with the synthesis, properties, and applications of these heterocycles. In distinction, the rings of isocyclic compounds consist entirely of constant-part atoms.

Although the heterocyclic compounds could also be inorganic, most contain a minimum of one carbon. While atoms that measure squares neither carbon nor hydrogen is normally known in organic chemistry as heteroatoms, this can typically be compared to the principal structure of all carbons. However, this does not prevent a compound such as a borazine (which has no carbon atoms) from being labeled "heterocyclic". IUPAC recommends the Hantzsch-Widman language to name heterocyclic compounds.

  • Synthesis of Three-membered ring Derivatives and its Activity

  • Synthesis of Four-membered ring Derivatives and its Activity

  • Synthesis of Five-membered ring Derivatives and its Activity

  • Synthesis of Six-membered ring Derivatives and its Activity

  • Synthesis of Some Polycyclic Heterocyclic Compounds & its Activity

  • Microwave-assisted synthesis of Heterocyclic Derivatives & its Activity

  • Synthesis of New Heterocyclic Mannich Bases and Derivatives

  • Anti-Inflammatory Screening and Molecular Modeling of Some Novel Coumarin Derivatives

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