isocyanide


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i·so·cy·a·nide

(ī-sō-sī'ă-nīd),
The radical -NC; organic isocyanides are called isonitriles.
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Recently we reported DFT studies on the diastereoselectivity of four-component Ugi reaction in which, diastereoselectivity of the reaction was under kinetic and thermodynamic controls of nucleophilic attack of isocyanide to less hindered re-face of chiral (E)-iminium ion [15].
(1988) Screw sense selective polymerization of achiral isocyanides catalyzed by optically active nickel(II) complexes.
Isocyanide terpenes are found in a variety of sponges and nudibranchs, but little is known about the toxicity of these compounds to ecologically relevant species.
The chemistry of the isocyanides began in 1859 when Lieke had prepared allyl isocyanide as the first isocyanide [1].
Exudation of low molecular weight compounds (thiobismethane, methyl isocyanide and methyl isothiocyanate) as a possible chemical defense mechanism in the marine sponge Ircinia felix.
143 BERK SC,J AM CHEM S,vol 0116,page 8593,1994,cites= 17,DEVELOPMENT OF A TITANOCENE-CATALYZED ENYNE CYCLIZATION ISOCYANIDE INSERTION REACTION
Irvine of the University of Massachusetts in Amherst and his col- laborators report their detection in Hyakutake of two related organic com- pounds-hydrogen isocyanide and hydrogen cyanide.
Kimizuka, "Direct preparation and size control of palladium nanoparticle hydrosols by water-soluble isocyanide ligands," Langmuir, vol.
Barbera, "Supramolecular organization in copper(I) isocyanide complexes: copper(I) liquid crystals from a simple molecular structure," Journal of Materials Chemistry, vol.
In addition researchers have reported that antibiotics (6-pentyl-alpha-pyrone (6pp), isocyanide derivatives), acids (heptelidic and koningic acid), and peptaibolsare secondary metabolites produced by Trichoderma spp.
Maleki synthesized one-pot multicomponent synthesis of diazepine derivatives, 2.11.4, (Scheme 15) from readily available 1,2-diamine, 2.11.1, a linear or cyclic ketone, 2.11.2, and an isocyanide, 2.11.3, using magnetically recoverable [Fe.sub.3][O.sub.4]/Si[O.sub.2] nanocatalyst [83].