Fischer indole synthesis


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Fischer indole synthesis

[‚fish·ər ′in‚dōl ‚sin·thə·səs]
(organic chemistry)
A reaction to form indole derivatives by means of a ring closure of aromatic hydrazones.
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Sarojini, Synthesis of Some New Biologically Active 1,3,4-oxadiazolyl nitroindoles and a Modified Fischer Indole Synthesis of Ethyl Nitro Indole-2-carboxylates.
Fischer indole synthesis (3) (sometimes called Fischer indolization) is one of the oldest and most convenient, and it is currently used for a broad range of applications.
Fischer indole synthesis of 2-methoxyphenylhydrazone (5)
1997) A novel method for suppression of the abnormal Fischer indole synthesis.
1999) Thermal cyclization of N-trifluoroacetyl enehydrazines under milder conditions: A novel entry into the Fischer indole synthesis.
Peculiarity of methoxy group- substituted phenylhydrazones in Fischer indole synthesis Yasuoki MURAKAMI Communicated by Takao SEKIYA, M.