Editors Choice Article | An Updated Library on the Synthesis of Aziridines

Journal Name: Current Green Chemistry

 

Author(s): Anindita Mukherjee, Nirnita C. Ghosal, Grigory V. Zyryanov, Adinath Majee*, Sougata Santra*

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Abstract:

Aziridines are highly versatile intermediates in organic synthesis due to their easy access and their susceptibility to ring-opening by facile C-N bond cleavage. They are synthetically very important as they are valuable precursors of amino sugars, β-lactam antibiotics and alkaloids or present in various natural products that exhibit potent biological activities. The synthesis of this moiety from the easily available chemicals is desirable due to its tremendous use in the various branches of chemistry. Here, a short review has been reported on the synthesis of this scaffold employing different strategies under different greener conditions. Various methods have been developed in the presence of green catalysts and solvents.

 

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New Issue | Current Green Chemistry; Volume 6 Issue 3

 

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AIMS & SCOPE

Current Green Chemistry is an international peer-reviewed journal, which publishes original research, full-length/mini reviews and thematic issues in all core areas of green chemistry. The scope covers green chemistry related to synthetic chemistry, process and analytical chemistry, separation science, sustainable resources, and alternative environmentally safer chemical procedures.

 

Articles from the journal: Current Green Chemistry; Volume 6 Issue 3

 

 

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New Issue | Current Green Chemistry; Volume 6 Issue 2

 

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AIMS & SCOPE

Current Green Chemistry is an international peer-reviewed journal, which publishes original research, full-length/mini reviews and thematic issues in all core areas of green chemistry. The scope covers green chemistry related to synthetic chemistry, process and analytical chemistry, separation science, sustainable resources, and alternative environmentally safer chemical procedures.

 

Articles from the journal: Current Green Chemistry; Volume 6 Issue 2

 

 

 

For details on the articles, please visit this link: http://www.eurekaselect.com/node/111880/current-green-chemistry/issue/6/2567/2/9349

New Issue | Current Green Chemistry 6-1

 

Current Green Chemistry is an international peer-reviewed journal, which publishes original research, full-length/mini reviews and thematic issues in all core areas of green chemistry. The scope covers green chemistry related to synthetic chemistry, process and analytical chemistry, separation science, sustainable resources, and alternative environmentally safer chemical procedures.

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Articles from the journal Current Green Chemistry Volume 6, Issue 1:

For more details on the article, please visit: http://www.eurekaselect.com/node/111880/current-green-chemistry/issue/6/2567/1/9020

New Issue :: Current Green Chemistry (VOLUME: 5, ISSUE: 1)

Current Green Chemistry is an international peer-reviewed journal, which publishes original research, expert reviews and thematic issues in all core areas of green chemistry. The scope covers green chemistry related to synthetic chemistry, process and analytical chemistry, separation science, sustainable resources, and alternative environmentally safer chemical procedures.

 

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Articles from the journal Current Green Chemistry Volume 5, Issue 1:

 

For details on the articles, please visit this link ::  https://bit.ly/2MuM8KR

WISHING A VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO DR. GYÖRGY KEGLEVICH!

Dr. Gyorgy Keglevich

DR. GYÖRGY KEGLEVICH

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: CURRENT ORGANIC CHEMISTRY & CURRENT GREEN CHEMISTRY

DEPARTMENT OF ORGANIC CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY,

BUDAPEST UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND ECONOMICS,

 BUDAPEST, HUNGARY

RECENTLY PUBLISHED ISSUES – BENTHAM SCIENCE JOURNALS

Current Physical Chemistry 7 – 4

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MicroRNA 6 – 3

http://bit.ly/2APY58r

Current Molecular Medicine 17 – 4

http://bit.ly/2kdMd9Z

Mini-Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry 18 – 1

http://bit.ly/2CXqTxp

Current Cancer Drug Targets 18 – 1

http://bit.ly/2jdhhpF

Letters in Organic Chemistry  15 – 1

http://bit.ly/2oAE3Nz

Current Pharmaceutical Analysis 14 – 1

http://bit.ly/2CUJl9R

Current Green Chemistry 4 – 2

http://bit.ly/2BCKZyT

Endocrine, Metabolic & Immune Disorders – Drug Targets 18 – 1

http://bit.ly/2BsTxGf

Cardiovascular & Hematological Disorders-Drug Targets 17-2

http://bit.ly/2ySrih3

recent-issues

Most Accessed Article – Ethyl Lactate As a Green Solvent – Current Green Chemistry

Journal: Current Green Chemistry

Author(s): Sanjay Paul, Koyel Pradhan, Asish R. Das.

Abstract:

Background: Solvents are required for most of the chemical transformations to increase the contact between the reagents and catalysts. Solvent also ensures a suitable isolation process of products from the reaction mixture. Ethyl lactate is a bio-based, environmentally benign and economically viable solvent with effectiveness comparable to petroleum-based solvents. This review focuses on the background of this bio-based solvent and the recent application for green chemistry development in this unconventional media. Application of ethyl lactate in organic synthesis: Recently synthetic organic chemists are paying attention to use ethyl lactate as reaction medium as it has some useful advantages. Ethyl lactate has been used for asymmetric induction, multi-component reactions, ligand free coupling reactions, light induced synthesis, stereoselective synthesis, cycloaddtion reaction etc. The advantages and limitations of this solvent are also demonstrated. In this article, we demonstrated some representative examples of organic reactions in ethyl lactate media.

Conclusion: Being a promising green media this bio-based solvent ethyl lactate has an important contribution in synthesis and medicinal chemistry as well.

To access the article, please visit: http://www.eurekaselect.com/137526

Wishing A Very Happy Birthday To Dr. Gyorgy Keglevich!

Dr.Gyorgy Keglevich-13 march

Dr. György Keglevich

Editor-in-Chief: Current Signal Transduction Therapy & Current Green Chemistry

Department of Organic Chemical Technology,

Budapest University of Technology and Economics,

 Budapest, Hungary

New Issue :: Current Green Chemistry 3, Issue 2

Current Green Chemistry is an international peer-reviewed journal, which publishes original research, expert reviews and thematic issues in all core areas of green chemistry. The scope covers green chemistry related to synthetic chemistry, process and analytical chemistry, separation science, sustainable resources, and alternative environmentally safer chemical procedures.

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Articles from the journal Current Green Chemistry 3, Issue 2:

 

For details on the articles, please visit this link :: http://bit.ly/2fAVXqO

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