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Recent advances in the synthesis of quinolines: a review

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Abstract

Quinolines have become important compounds because of their variety of applications in medicinal, synthetic organic chemistry as well as in the field of industrial chemistry. In recent years there are greater societal expectations that chemists should produce greener and more sustainable chemical processes. This review article gives information about the green and clean syntheses using alternative reaction methods for the synthesis of quinoline derivatives. The article includes synthesis by microwave, using clay or some other catalyst which could be recycled and reused, one-pot reaction, solvent-free reaction conditions, using ionic liquids, ultrasound promoted synthesis and photocatalytic synthesis (UV radiation).

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Submitted
01 Mar 2014
Accepted
17 Apr 2014
First published
17 Apr 2014

RSC Adv., 2014,4, 24463-24476
Article type
Review Article
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Recent advances in the synthesis of quinolines: a review

S. M. Prajapati, K. D. Patel, R. H. Vekariya, S. N. Panchal and H. D. Patel, RSC Adv., 2014, 4, 24463 DOI: 10.1039/C4RA01814A

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