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benz·al·de·hyde

(ben-zal'dĕ-hīd),
An aldehyde produced artificially or obtained from oil of bitter almond, containing not less than 80% of benzaldehyde; a flavoring agent used in orally administered medicines.
Synonym(s): benzoic aldehyde

benzaldehyde

/ben·zal·de·hyde/ (ben-zal´dĕ-hīd) an aldehyde derivative of benzene, occurring in the kernels of bitter almonds or produced synthetically; used as a pharmaceutical flavoring agent.

benzaldehyde

(bĕn-zăl′dĕ-hīd)
A pharmaceutical flavoring agent derived from oil of bitter almond.
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Many of my patients have benefitted from Salicinium[R], a glyco benzaldehyde that is a viable immune system enhancer.
A few drops of glacial AcOH and (un)substituted benzaldehydes (3a-s, 0.
But in a fermenting cell, the out-of-the-ordinary benzaldehyde is attracted to the next step of the energy pathway: NADP +.
0038 mol) were mixed with 11-12 mL MeOH in a 50 mL RB flask followed by the addition of substituted benzaldehydes (7a-j; 0.
Pyrazolo [5, 4-d] benzopyrans had been synthesize in one step with good yield by the reaction of 2-pyrazolin-5-ones with orthohydroxy benzaldehydes in presence of hydrochloric acid.
Hypothesis: The reaction conducted on electron rich benzaldehydes should result in even larger shifts towards the products of the secondary and tertiary Leuckart reactions.
Hypothesis: The reaction conducted on benzaldehydes with electron-withdrawing substituents may produce lower yields of the by-products (substituted N,N-dibenzyl-N-methylamines) and higher yields of the main products, substituted N-benzyl-N-methylformamides.
During the study on hydroxylation of indoles with numerous benzaldehydes we found that an increase in the concentration of this catalyst from 10 to 20 mol% does not increase the yields and not effected the reaction time.
They can be obtained from the respective substituted benzaldehydes via the intermediate substituted benzylformamides.
9] 3:20 APPLICATION OF THE ACCELERATED LEUCKART REACTION TO SUBSTITUTED BENZALDEHYDES.
Specifically, it was believed that the Leuckart reaction does not work well on substituted benzaldehydes and that certain substituted benzylformamides cannot be obtained via the Leuckart reaction.
In a model reaction benzaldehyde arylaldehyde and methyl acrylate thylacrylate were added in DMSO solvent (Scheme 1).