Recent Developments in the Synthesis of Antioxidant Derivatives Using Recoverable and/or Nano-catalysts

Author(s): Reza Fareghi-Alamdari*, Fariborz Mansouri, Mohsen Golestanzadeh, Negar Zekri

Journal Name: Current Organic Chemistry

Volume 22 , Issue 14 , 2018

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In recent years, the increased use of antioxidant compounds in food, rubber, plastic, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries has been encouraged the organic chemists to develop new protocols for the synthesis of antioxidant derivatives. In this review, a brief introduction to six families of organic compounds with antioxidant properties including alkylated phenols, bisphenolic compounds, trisphenols, Xanthenes, Flavanones and Chromenes is provided and their applications in miscellaneous fields are highlighted. Then, as the main goal of this review, a comprehensive view about the development of catalytic systems used for the synthesis of these six families, with emphasis on the role of recoverable catalysts and nanocatalysts, is presented.

Keywords: Antioxidant, nanocatalyst, phenolic compounds, xanthenes, flavanones, chromenes.

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Year: 2018
Published on: 27 August, 2018
Page: [1373 - 1419]
Pages: 47
DOI: 10.2174/1385272822666180530105029
Price: $58

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