Recent Progress on Carbon-chalcogen Bond Formation Reaction Under Microwave Irradiation

Author(s): Brindaban C. Ranu*, Tubai Ghosh, Laksmikanta Adak*

Journal Name: Current Microwave Chemistry

Volume 7 , Issue 1 , 2020


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The carbon-chalcogen bond formation is of much importance as organochalcogenides scaffold, and in general, it shows by organochalcogenide scaffolds, in general, show promising biological activities and many compounds containing chalcogenide units are currently used as drugs, agrochemicals and useful materials. Thus, a plethora of methods has been developed for the formation of carbonchalcogen bonds. This review covers the recent developments on the formation of carbon-chalcogen bonds under microwave irradiation and synthesis of useful chalcogenides by employing this process.

Keywords: organo-chalcogenides, carbon-chalcogen bond formation, microwave irradiation, green process, chalcogen heterocycles, solvent free procedure.

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