indanediones

in·dane·di·ones

(in'dān-dī'ōnz),
A class of orally effective indirect-acting anticoagulants similar to warfarin in action. Anisindione and phenindione are clinically used; diphenadione is long acting and used as a rodenticide.

in·dane·di·ones

(in'dān-dī'ōnz)
Orally effective indirect-acting anticoagulants similar to warfarin in action.
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1997) first synthesized indanediones as intermediates for preparing substituted ninhydrins for use as a fingerprint reagent.
Working Solution 2g 1,2 - indanedione 70ml ethyl acetate 930ml HFE 7100
The class of chemicals this American team ultimately fingered, known as indanediones, recently received a U.
Indanediones appear to fit the bill better than any of the various fingerprinting compounds now available.
The indanediones developed by Joullie can be produced for a fraction of that cost via a relatively straightforward, reliable sequence of reactions.
Other interests include rearrangements of phthalides to indanediones, and hydrolysis of metal ion complexes of biacetylacetone-ethylenediamine analogues.