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Pyrans

 

heterocyclic compounds that contain an oxygen atom and two conjugated (α-pyrene) or isolated (γ-pyran) double bonds. Pyrans are highly unstable compounds: α-pyran is only known in derivative form, and γ-pyran is a colorless liquid with a boiling point of 84°C (with decomposition; also decomposes rapidly at room temperature).

Dihydropyrans and tetrahydropyrans are most stable and more readily accessible. Important pyran derivatives are αpyrone

and γ-pyrone. The pyran ring is a structural feature of many natural substances. For example, most hexoses (aldoses and ketoses) are essentially six-membered pyranoses.

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Series Compound 4,6,4' [formula not reproducible] 4,6 [formula not reproducible] 6,4' [formula not reproducible] 4,4' [formula not reproducible] Thio [formula not reproducible] Furoquinolinones (FQ) [formula not reproducible] Dihydro [formula not reproducible] Other angelicins [formula not reproducible] Chromone [formula not reproducible] 3,4 [formula not reproducible] Difuro [formula not reproducible] Triazole [formula not reproducible] Allo [formula not reproducible] Pyran [formula not reproducible] Coumarin [formula not reproducible] TABLE 2: [IC.sub.50] values calculated after 48 h from treatment of IB3-1 cells with serial dilutions of TMA derivatives.
Safarzaei, "Potassium sodium tartrate as a versatile and efficient catalyst for the one-pot synthesis of pyran annulated heterocyclic compounds in aqueous media," Research on Chemical Intermediates.
This agreement confirms the validity of the TPSSH/[6-311++G.sup.**] level of theory in the prediction of the electronic absorption of squaraine dyes and pyran compounds.
Keshipoor, "Ti[O.sub.2] and Ti[O.sub.2] nanoparticles as efficient and recoverable catalysts for the synthesis of pyran annulated heterocyclic systems," Research on Chemical Intermediates, 2012.
The door is made from Schott's Pyran S fire resistant glass, in either 10mm or 12mm thickness, and is available either on hinges or top and bottom rails and pivots.
Aloke Dutta, 'We have developed an innovative triple reuptake inhibitor, D-578, based on a unique pyran molecular scaffold to address the current therapeutic needs for PTSD and other neurological disorders.
This latter case, regardless of position of the proton abstracted, is confirmed by the augmentation of O-H PDE value of phenyl ring attached to heterocyclic pyran ring of daidzein compared to that of its homolog in 6-hydroxydaidzein [36] in the gas phase.
In [sup.1]H-NMR spectrum of this compound, two flaw peaks are seen at [delta] = 4.26 and [delta] = 4.07 which are related to the methoxy and CH (C-3) of Pyran ring groups.
The basic structural feature of flavonoids is the 2-phenylbenzopyrane or flavan nucleus, which consists of two benzene rings linked through a heterocyclic pyran ring (Brown 1980).
The presence of a pair oxygenated methines at ([[delta].sub.H] 3.95, [sup.1]H, d, J = 4.8, H-3"; [[delta].sub.C] 69.7, C-3") and ([[delta].sub.H] 6.55, [sup.1]H, d, J = 4.8, H-4"; [[delta].sub.C] 63.5, C-4") indicated that an oxygen atom at C-7 was cyclized with C-2" to form a dioxo-substituted pyran ring.
They have a large structural variability and more than 600 isoflavones have been identified to date and are classified according to oxidation level of the central pyran ring (Figure 1).
Alum (KAl[(S[O.sub.4]).sub.2].12[H.sub.2]O) was found to be effective in the synthesis of cis-isoquinolic acids [16a], mono- and disubstituted 2,3-dihydroquinazolin-4(1H)-ones [16b], dihydropyrimidines via Biginelli reaction [16c], coumarins [16d], 1,3,4- oxadiazoles [16e], dibenzoxanthenes [16f], 1,5-benzodiazepines [16g], trisubstituted imidazoles [16h], mono and bis(spiro-2-amino-4H pyran)[16i] etc.