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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds

, Volume 33, Issue 12, pp 1425–1429 | Cite as

2-pyrazolines on the basis of diarylidene-cyclohexanones. Synthesis and stereochemistry of N-thiocarbamoyl and N-thiazolyl derivatives

  • I. M. Gella
  • Razak Yaya Amadu
  • G. V. Cherkaev
  • S. V. Fialkova
  • V. D. Orlov
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Abstract

In the interaction of N-thiocarbamoylhexahydroindazoles with α-bromoacetophenones, the corresponding N-thiazolylpyrazolines are formed. In some cases, the heterocyclization is accompanied by a shift of the double bond and cis-trans isomerization in the pyrazoline ring. A study has been made of the influence of the stereochemistry of these compounds on their spectral and luminescence properties.

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Organic Chemistry Double Bond Luminescence Property Pyrazoline Ring 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • I. M. Gella
  • Razak Yaya Amadu
  • G. V. Cherkaev
  • S. V. Fialkova
  • V. D. Orlov

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