oxazole

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ox·a·zole

(ok'să-zōl),
The fundamental ring system of pyranoses.
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1-2]Phenacyl bromides are of particular important molecules because they are widely used as precursors of various pharmaceutically important heteroaromatics such as imidazoles, selenazoles, and oxazoles.
Performance analysis of neural network models for oxazolines and oxazoles derivatives descriptor dataset, International Journal of Information Sciences and Techniques (IJIST) 3(6): 1-15.
Rao, Synthesis, Antibacterial Activity of 2,4-disubstituted Oxazoles and Thiazoles as Bioisosteres, Lett.
Scala, "A new construction of diversely functionalized oxazoles from enolizable cyclic 1,3-dicarbonyls and 5(4H)-oxazolones," Synlett, no.
This eventually produces many important classes of flavour compounds including furans, pyrazines, pyrroles, oxazoles, thiophenes, thiazoles and other heterocyclic compounds (Figure 5; Melton, 1999).
En otro trabajo, Shapiro (1992) evaluo 23 abrillantadores pertenecientes a diferentes grupos quimicos (estilbenos, oxazoles, pirazoles y acido natalico), encontrando que la mejor proteccion se consiguio con los estilbenos: Leucophor BSB, Phorwithe AR, Intrawite CF, Leucophor BS, Phorwite BRU, Phorwite BKL, Phorwite CL, y Tinopal LPW, los cuales a una concentracion del 1% proporcionaron una proteccion total, con un porcentaje de actividad original remanente del 100%.
The anion pi-radicals of four structurally-related 2-substituted fused-ring oxazoles have been electrochemically generated at a platinum electrode in an aprotic solvent.
His accomplishments include work on the synthesis of nitrogen-containing heterocycles, and he has won Challenges on Acidic molecules, Aminothiazolines, Furazans and Oxazoles.
Compound 1 may derive from naturally occurring oxazoles reported by various research groups from different parts of A.
The modular and convergent method of the oxazole synthesis will facilitate both major and fine tuning of the catalysts function in single point, dual point and triple point activation, across nucleophilic catalysis, H-bond activation, and secondary amine catalysis for iminium and enamine based processes.