oxazole

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oxazole

[′äk·sə‚zōl]
(organic chemistry)
C3H3ON A structure that consists of a five-membered ring containing oxygen and nitrogen in the 1 and 3 position; a colorless liquid (boiling point 69-70°C) that is miscible with organic solvents and water; used to prepare other organic compounds.
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Onoue, H and Sugita, 1964, "The preparation of benzoxazoles from Schiffs Bases", J.
1949, "The preparation of benziminazoles and benzoxazoles from Schiffs bases", J.
Synthesis of benzoxazoles from 0-aminophenols and aromatic aldehydes.