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eth·yl·ate

(eth'il-āt),
A compound in which the hydrogen of the hydroxyl group of ethanol is replaced by a metallic atom, usually sodium or potassium, for example, C2H5ONa, sodium ethylate.
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eth·yl·ate

(eth'i-lāt)
A compound in which the hydrogen of the hydroxyl group of ethanol is replaced by a metallic atom, usually sodium or potassium (e.g., C2H5ONa, sodium ethylate).
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In case of multicomponent single pot strategy, one equivalent of aromatic aldehyde and two equivalents of barbituric/thiobarbituric acid was stirred in dry ethanol and catalytic amount of sodium ethoxide was added and the reaction mixture was refluxed for 4-6h which yielded the desired tricyclic heterocyclic compounds in good yields.
The transesterification were enhanced by the use of potassium hydroxide, sodium hydroxide, sodium methoxide or sodium ethoxide as catalysts [5-7].
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Oil (600 mg), freshly prepared sodium methoxide or ethoxide (2 g each) and n-hexane (30 ml) were taken in a flask and refluxed in modified microwave oven fitted with a reflux condenser (Dawlance, Model: DW-131HP, rated output microwave = 900 watt, microwave frequency = 2450 MHz) for 5 minutes with 1 minute intervals.
The crude [beta]-ketoester 6 (2.78 g, 0.01 mol) was added to a boiling solution of sodium ethoxide (prepared from 4.9 g of Na in 100 mL of absolute EtOH) containing thiourea (11.42 g, 0.15 mol).
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The hydrolysates were prepared using titanium(IV) ethoxide (TIEO; Sigma Aldrich), titanium(IV) propoxide (TIPO; Sigma Aldrich) as well as iso-propanol (iPrOH; POCH SA), and acetylacetone (AcAc; Sigma Aldrich) in the following volume ratio: