dihydrazone


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dihydrazone

[dī′hī·drə‚zōn]
(organic chemistry)
A molecule containing two hydrazone radicals.
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It is well known that the dialdehyde product of alginate oxidation can undergo a condensation reaction with adipic dihydrazide [18], leading to a dihydrazone compound, able to cross-link the cleavage chains of oxidized alginate (Scheme 2).
Summary A ferrocenyl ligand was prepared from condensation of 1,1`-diacetylferrocene dihydrazone with salicylaldehyde.
1,5-Dihydrazino-2,4-dinitrobenzene 126 was treated with [beta]-etoesters to give 65-95% corresponding dihydrazones 127, which were subjected to reductive cyclization using Pt[O.sub.2] catalyst to provide benzo [1,2-b.:5,4-b,]bis (1H-imidazo[1,2b]pyrazoles 128 in 47-54% yields [55] Scheme 27).
Dihydrazones of 2-hydroxymethylenedihydrotestosterone tosterone and 2-hydroxymethylene-17a-methyldihydrotestosterone," Zhurnal Obshchei Khimii, vol.