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Direct one-pot reductive imination of nitroarenes using aldehydes and carbon monoxide by titania supported gold nanoparticles at room temperature

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Abstract

The direct one-pot reductive imination of nitroarenes with various aldehydes by a titania supported gold catalyst at room temperature using CO/H2O as a reducing agent is illustrated. This method is simple, economic, general and environmentally benign, thus resulting in practical advantages for the synthesis of imines and their derivatives.

Graphical abstract: Direct one-pot reductive imination of nitroarenes using aldehydes and carbon monoxide by titania supported gold nanoparticles at room temperature

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Submitted
21 Mar 2011
Accepted
06 Jul 2011
First published
10 Aug 2011

Green Chem., 2011,13, 2672-2677
Article type
Communication

Direct one-pot reductive imination of nitroarenes using aldehydes and carbon monoxide by titania supported gold nanoparticles at room temperature

J. Huang, L. Yu, L. He, Y. Liu, Y. Cao and K. Fan, Green Chem., 2011, 13, 2672
DOI: 10.1039/C1GC15307B

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