An improved one-pot and ecofriendly approach to tri- and tetraaryl imidazoles through three- and four-component coupling reactions under neutral and solvent-less solid-phase conditions is presented. A series of nanosized Ag/metal oxide species on H–ZSM-5 support were tested in this procedure, with Ag–Fe/ZSM-5 bimetallic oxide nanoparticles exhibiting excellent catalytic activity for improved efficiency of the one-pot, multicomponent cyclocondensation reaction. The obtained bromoimidazole derivatives were converted into silyl-protected terminal alkynyl thiolate-substituted tetraaryl imidazoles by treatment with lithium 2,2,2-tris(trimethylsilyl)ethanedithioate, produced by reaction of organolithium reagent (Me3Si)3CLi with CS2 at 0 °C. These novel and stable synthetic intermediates are potential compounds for functionalization of imidazoles.
Research on Chemical Intermediates – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 28, 2016
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