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Synthesis of quinolinecarboxylic acids

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In the interaction of Schiff's bases containing a carboxyl group with vinyl ethyl ether and dihydrosylvan in the presence of BF4, hydrogenated derivatives of quinolinecarboxylic acids are formed.

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Povarov, L.S., Grigos, V.I. & Mikhailov, B.M. Synthesis of quinolinecarboxylic acids. Russ Chem Bull 15, 120–121 (1966). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00845850

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Keywords

  • Ether
  • Ethyl
  • Carboxyl
  • Vinyl
  • Schiff