aldol condensation

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  • The combination of these two steps is known as the aldol condensation.
  • These imines can be used to direct subsequent reactions like an aldol condensation.
  • The final step is a dehydration, as seen following an aldol condensation.
  • These products arise via an initial aldol condensation to give diacetone alcohol.
  • Aldol condensations are important in organic synthesis, providing a good way to form carbon-carbon bonds.
  • The most well known reaction that undergoes E1cB elimination is the aldol condensation reaction under basic conditions.
  • In the case of ketones and especially aldehydes aldol condensations have been observed.
  • Aldol condensations are also commonly discussed in university level organic chemistry classes as a good bond-forming reaction that demonstrates important reaction mechanisms.
  • Aldol condensation of this last intermediate in the presence of a base with readily available thiazolidinedione links the two fragments.
  • The Michael-aldol sequence involves a Michael addition reaction and an aldol condensation.
  • This tunnel aided intramolecular aldol condensation provides the first cyclization when the chain is still in the tunnel.
  • It is the combination of the Michael Addition and the Aldol Condensation reaction.
  • Aldol condensation of the initial dimer gives rise to a range of Michael acceptors and donors.
  • It is important to distinguish the aldol condensation from other addition reactions to carbonyl compounds.
  • It is made by aldol condensation of D- and -L glyceraldehyde.
  • Mesityl oxide is the initial product of the self-aldol condensation of acetone.
  • It is widely used in organic chemistry as a Lewis acid, for example in the Mukaiyama aldol condensation.
  • These longer diketones are generally prone to intramolecular aldol condensations.
  • The initially produced aldehydes can react further by aldol condensation to either target product precursors like 2-ethylhexene-al or higher molecular weight condensation products, so-called thick oil.
  • The trans compound is favored due to antiperiplanar effects of the final aldol condensation in kinetically controlled reactions.
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