4-Formylpyrazoles: Applications in Organic Synthesis

Author(s): Renu Bala, Poonam Kumari, Sumit Sood, Karan Singh*

Journal Name: Mini-Reviews in Organic Chemistry

Volume 16 , Issue 2 , 2019


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4-Formylpyrazoles are useful building blocks in organic synthesis. This review focuses on the applications of 4-formylpyrazoles to generate a large variety of organic compounds and heterocycles such as Schiff bases, pyrazolylpyrazolines, pyrazoloquinolinones, 4H-pyrazolopyran, pyrazolylbenzoxazole, pyrazolothiadiazepines, pyrazolyloxazolone, pyrazolyloxadiazolines, pyrazolylthiadiazolines, imidazolylpyrazoles, pyrazolopyridines, chromenopyrazolones, thiopyranothiazolylpyrazoles and many others. Many of these molecules exhibit excellent biological activities.

Keywords: Schiff bases, pyrazolylpyrazolines, pyrazoloquinolinones, 4H-pyrazolopyran, pyrazolylbenzoxazole, pyrazolothiadiazepines, pyrazolyloxazolone, pyrazolyloxadiazolines, pyrazolylthiadiazolines.

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