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Wet silica-supported permanganate for the cleavage of semicarbazones and phenylhydrazones under solvent-free conditions.

Pharmaceutical Research Laboratory, College of Chemistry, Isfahan University of Technology, Iran.
The Journal of Organic Chemistry (Impact Factor: 4.56). 06/2003; 68(11):4553-5. DOI: 10.1021/jo034217y
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ABSTRACT Wet silica-supported potassium permanganate was used as an inexpensive and efficient reagent for conversion of semicarbazones and phenylhydrazones to the corresponding carbonyl compounds under solid-state conditions.

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