The electrolysis of pyrazoline-5-ones and activated olefins in the presence of sodium bromide as mediator in alcohols in an undivided cell results in efficient formation of the substituted spirocyclopropylpyrazolones in 50–85 % yields. This novel electrocatalytic process opens a convenient way to functionalized spirocyclopropylpyrazolones—the promising compounds for the different biomedical applications. Thus, the simple electrocatalytic system can produce in an undivided cell under mild conditions the electrochemically induced cascade reaction of pyrazoline-5-ones with activated olefins.
Research on Chemical Intermediates – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 29, 2015
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