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Development of a microwave-assisted sustainable conversion of furfural hydrazones to functionalised phthalimides in ionic liquids

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Abstract

A sustainable synthetic procedure to convert furfural hydrazones into functionalised phthalimides was developed. The reaction was performed in a microwave using a hydrophilic ionic liquid, [bmim][Cl], as the solvent which could be readily recovered by a simple extraction. The ionic liquid was successfully recycled with no significant loss in product yields.

Graphical abstract: Development of a microwave-assisted sustainable conversion of furfural hydrazones to functionalised phthalimides in ionic liquids

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Submitted
07 May 2018
Accepted
11 Jun 2018
First published
20 Jun 2018

This article is Open Access

RSC Adv., 2018,8, 22617-22624
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Development of a microwave-assisted sustainable conversion of furfural hydrazones to functionalised phthalimides in ionic liquids

V. Karaluka, K. Murata, S. Masuda, Y. Shiramatsu, T. Kawamoto, H. C. Hailes, T. D. Sheppard and A. Kamimura, RSC Adv., 2018, 8, 22617
DOI: 10.1039/C8RA03895C

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