Aldimines

Aldimines

 

(RCH=NH), organic compounds; products of the replacement of oxygen in aldehydes by the imine group RCH=O.

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The synthesized fluoro derivatives of aldimines (1-5) were investigated for their potential bactericidal and anti-cancer activities.
Dnyanpeeth, "Synthesis and pharmacological activities of 4-carboxaldehyde and its aldimines derivatives," Asian Journal of Chemistry, vol.
(16.) Subramania, A, Kalyana Sundaram, NT, Sathiya Priya, R, Saminathan, K, Muralidharan, VS, Vasudevan, T, "Aldimines Effective Corrosion Inhibitors for Mild Steel in Hydrochloric Acid Solution." J.
Baruah, "Participation of self-generated polyaniline support in copper(II) catalysed oxidative reaction of phenyl aldimines," Journal of Molecular Catalysis A, vol.
Choudary, "Synthesis of a-amino nitriles through Strecker reaction of aldimines and ketoimines by using nanocrystalline magnesium oxide," Tetrahedron, vol.
Imines [11], both aldimines and ketimines due to presence of carbon-nitrogen bond in their molecules, provides a potential site for chemical [12-13] as well as biological [14-15] activity, but very less work has been carried out on synthesis of [alpha],[beta]-unsaturated ketimines.
In addition, cure rates can be lowered by utilizing blocked NHs (i.e., aldimines and ketimines) that become active upon reacting with atmospheric moisture and/or formulating with ASP-based secondary diamines.
The aim of the present work was to fill this gap and investigate the pinacol coupling of aldimines in the presence of mischmetall (Ce and La), Zn-Cu couple, and Dewarda alloy (50% Cu, 5% Zn, 45% Al).
Guimond and Fagnou performed a highly efficient rhodium-catalyzed oxidative cross-coupling and [C.sub.4f]-[C.sub.4]/[N.sub.2]- [C.sub.3] cycloaddition of aldimines 68 and 4-octyne 69 en route to 6-fluoro- and 6-trifluoromethylisoquinolines 70a and 70b [47].
Miner et al., "Ethyl lactate as a tunable solvent for the synthesis of aryl aldimines," Green Chemistry, vol.