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A new strategy for the synthesis of monodisperse polyphenols chemically bound to a rigid thermally stable molecular platform has been suggested. The platform has been prepared by the Suzuki–Miyaura reaction of a tetraboryl porphyrin derivative and 3-(4′-bromophenyl)-4,6-dimethoxyindole....
Direct phosphorylation of α-methylstyrene dimer with red phosphorus in KOH/DMSO superbasic system has provided the preparation of 4-methyl-2,4-diphenylpentylphosphonous acid (heating at 105°C for 3 h) or tris(4-methyl-2,4-diphenylpentyl)phosphine oxide (microwave irradiation, 15 min) in 21 and...
An approach to the synthesis of adamantane derivatives with NO-generating fragment containing nitroxy group has been developed. 1-Aminoadamantane, memantine, and adamantanecarboxylic acid have been used as initial compounds. The prepared compounds have shown ability to generate nitric oxide in a...
Samples of composition (Y1–x
)3Fe2.5Ga2.5O12 (0 ≤ х ≤1), synthesized by the polyvinyl alcohol gel combustion method, have been studied by X-ray diffraction. It has been shown that the homogeneity range of the solid solution persists up to the composition Y1.5Bi1.5Fe2.5Ga2.5O12. This allows...
The possibility of heterogenization of a polymer system by using new post-metallocene catalytic systems comprising phenoxy-imine titanium halide complexes with different ligand environments modified by oxyallyl groups was studied with the aim of decreasing sticking of the reactor powders of...
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