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|Sikkim Government College, India|
|ScientificTracks Abstracts: Mod Chem Appl|
|Some environment friendly greener methodologies have been described for the synthesis of new isoxazolidine and isoxazoline derivatives using new nitrones via 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition reactions. These also include synthesis of bisisoxazolidine and bisisoxazoline derivatives synthesized from glyoxal and terepthalaldehyde respectively. Few new spiro isoxazolidine derivatives have been also reported using new dipolarophiles. Furthermore, these new isoxazolidine and isoxazoline derivatives are found to have vast synthetic potential as they could be used as precursors for the synthesis of a variety of new organic molecules including peptides, 1,3-amino alcohols with potential biological activities. For the synthesis of peptides, it has been observed that CDMT (chloro dimethyl triazine) has found to be better coupling reagent than conventional DCC (dicyclohexyl carbodiamide) due to the formation of insoluble by-product (N,N-dicyclohexylurea) and purification becomes tedious.. The new nitrones reported are synthesized from dihydropyran, chlorohydrin and formamide respectively. Significant increase in the reaction rates, excellent yields, and high selectivity (diastereo and regioselectivity) are the important features observed in these cycloaddition reactions following greener methodologies. It has been observed that high diastereoselectivity in these cycloaddition reactions have been observed when the reactions are performed in water. Synthesis of aldehydes and ketones with new nitrones in atom efficient reactions are the most attractive features as they have future scopes in these reactions. The side products (enamines) obtained during the synthesis of aldehydes and ketones has been successfully utilized as new dipolarophiles in these cycloaddition reactions for the synthesis of spiro cycloadducts.|
Bhaskar Chakraborty is a Professor and Head of the department of Chemistry at Sikkim Government College (Sikkim State University),Gangtok, Sikkim, India with 23 years of teaching experience in teaching undergraduate and post graduate Chemistry students. Has active research experience of 22 years in synthetic organic chemistry in the field of “Nitrone cycloaddition reactions and their further applications following green chemistry methodologies”. Supervisor of research scholars leading to Ph.D degree for 14 years. Has published 60 nos of research publications in international and national journals of high repute and impact factors.
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