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  • Chem Sci Trans., 2014, 3(1),  pp 465-469  

    DOI:10.7598/cst2014.671

    Research Article

    Microwave Assisted Synthesis of Some Quinoxaline Derivatives

  • AMIT DWIVEDI, ANSHU SINGH and ANIL MISHRA
  • Department of Chemistry, Dr. M C Saxena College of Engineering and Technology, Lucknow, India
    Department of Chemistry, University of Lucknow, Lucknow, India
  • Abstract

    The high commercial demand for quinoxalines needs a rapid, greener and safer synthetic method among the chemists. A series of quinoxaline derivatives has been synthesized by condensation of diamines and dicarboniles in microwave heating conditions and in solvent free media. This environmentally benign synthetic approach gives us excellent yields (80-90%) in shorter reaction time (3.5 minutes.). The method is cleaner with an easier work-up process. The structures of these synthesized products are based on elemental analysis and mass spectral data.

    Keywords

    Green synthesis, Solvent free media, Microwave heating, Quinoxalines, Environmentally benign

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