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FeCl3: Highly Efficient Catalyst for Synthesis of α‐Amino Nitriles

01-Jan-2010 | Heravi, Majid M.; Ebrahimzadeh, Mojgan; Oskooie, Hossein A.; Baghernejad, Bita, Chinese Journal of Chemistry, 2010

[alpha]-Amino nitriles are synthesized by the three-component coupling reaction of aldehydes, amines and trimethylsilyl cyanide using FeCl3 as a solid acid catalyst, under solvent-free conditions in good yields. The catalyst was recovered by simple filtration and was recycled in subsequent ...

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Morphology and corrosion resistance of Cr(III)-based conversion treatments for electrogalvanized steel

18-Sep-2009 | C. R. Tomachuk, C. I. Elsner, A. R. Di Sarli, O. B. Ferraz, Journal of Coatings Technology and Research, 2009

The effectiveness of Cr(VI)-based passivation treatments is well accepted but there are many problems with regard to their environmental suitability. Because these compounds are carcinogenic and toxic, eco-friendly systems capable of replacing them are being evaluated. In this work, the corrosion ...

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Effect of Low-Intensity Pulsed Electric Fields on the Respiratory Activity and Electrosurface Properties of Bacteria

03-Aug-2009 | Valentyna I. Podolska, Vladimir N. Ermakov, Lyudmila N. Yakubenko, Zoya R. Ulberg, Nadezhda I. Gryshchenko, Food Biophysics, 2009

A change in the respiratory activity (RA) of the resistant to cyanide bacteria Pseudomonas fluorescens under the pulsed electric field treatment has been found experimentally. The bacteria reaction to the field treatment (rectangular impulses with the duration of 1 ms, voltage of 20 V, and ...

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Poly[(2,2′‐bipyridyl)‐μ3‐cyanido‐di‐μ2‐cyanido‐dicopper(I,II)]

01-Dec-2007 | ; Yu‐lan Rui; Mai‐xi Lu, Acta Crystallographica Section E, 2007

The title compound, [Cu2(CN)3(C10H8N2)]n, crystallizes as a cyanido‐bridged three‐dimensional polymeric structure, where there coexist CuI and CuII ions along with μ3‐ and μ2‐bridging cyanide groups. Each CuI ion is coordinated by four C atoms [Cu—C = 1.956 (3)–2.147 (3) Å] from two μ3‐ and two ...

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Poly[(2,2′‐bipyridyl)‐μ3‐cyanido‐di‐μ2‐cyanido‐dicopper(I,II)]

01-Dec-2007 | Rui, Yu‐lan; Lu, Mai‐xi, Acta Crystallographica Section E, 2007

The title compound, [Cu2(CN)3(C10H8N2)]n, crystallizes as a cyanido‐bridged three‐dimensional polymeric structure, where there coexist CuI and CuII ions along with μ3‐ and μ2‐bridging cyanide groups. Each CuI ion is coordinated by four C atoms [Cu—C = 1.956 (3)–2.147 (3) Å] from two μ3‐ and two ...

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Heck reactions of stilbenoid chromophores with alkoxysilyl-substituted styrenes: Synthesis of monomers for luminescent polymers

02-Dec-2005 | E. Sugiono, H. Detert, Silicon Chemistry, 2005

Luminescent stilbenoid chromophores with diethoxysilane end groups are prepared via Heck reactions. Diethoxysilane-substituted styrenes are used as vinylic components, thus allowing the combined connection of the chromophore to the silane moiety with an extension of the π-system. Monodisperse ...

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