Indian journal of chemistry (Indian J Chem )
Discontinued in 1975. Continued by Indian Journal of Chemistry - Section A (0376-4710), and Indian Journal of Chemistry - Section B (0376-4699).
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- Other titlesIndian journal of chemistry
- Material typePeriodical
- Document typeJournal / Magazine / Newspaper
Publications in this journal
- Indian journal of chemistry 01/2014; 53A:57-61.
- Indian journal of chemistry 07/2013; 52B(7):901-903.
- Indian journal of chemistry 07/2013; 52A:1019.
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ABSTRACT: Titanium dioxide has been found to be a mild and effective catalyst for the straightforward and efficient synthesis of 2,4,5-triarylimidazoles by three-component, one-pot condensation of 1,2-diketones, aryl aldehydes and ammonium acetate under solvent-free conditions. The operational simplicity, good yield of products, and the use of non-toxic, inexpensive and recyclable heterogeneous catalyst makes this environmentally benign three-component one-pot cyclo-condensation reaction as an attractive method.Indian journal of chemistry 03/2013; 52B(3):387-393.
- Indian journal of chemistry 04/2012;
- Indian journal of chemistry 01/2012; 41(A).
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ABSTRACT: The hydrogen-bonded complexes of phenylacetylene, 4-fluorophenylacetylene, 2-fluorophenylacetylene and 4-cyanophenylacetylene with water were investigated using IR-UV double resonance spectroscopy. Phenylacetylene, 4-fluorophenylacetylene, 2-fluorophenylacetylene and 4-cyanophenylacetylene form quasi-planar cyclic complexes with water incorporating C–H···O and O–H···π hydrogen bonds. In the case of phenylacetylene, 4-fluorophenylacetylene and 2-fluorophenylacetylene complexes the π electron density of the acetylenic C≡C bond acts as an acceptor to the O–H···π hydrogen bond, while in the case of 4-cyanophenylacetylene complex it’s the π electron density of the C≡N bond is the acceptor. A second water complex was also observed for 2-fluorophenylacetylene in which water interacts with fluorine atom and acetylenic C≡C bond rendering a double donor motif for the water molecule. One of the most interesting features of water complexes of 4-fluorophenylacetylene and 2-fluorophenylacetylene is the preference of π hydrogen bond over σ hydrogen bond.Indian journal of chemistry 01/2012; 86:173.
- Indian journal of chemistry 11/2011; 51B:362.
- Indian journal of chemistry 01/2011;
- Indian journal of chemistry 09/2010; 49B:1229.
- Indian journal of chemistry 01/2010; 49B(5):565.
- Indian journal of chemistry 01/2010;
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