11/16/2015  TCI NEWS

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[NEW] Pamphlet - Asymmetric Organocatalysts

Asymmetric Organocatalysts
It contains the organocatalysts that are made possible metal-free asymmetric syntheses. This is suitable for green chemistry oriented research.

- It covers various organocatalysts such as proline analogs, amino acids and Cinchona Alkaloids
- It also covers organocatlysts with axial chirality and chiral phase-transfer catalysts

[New Edition] TCIMail Quarterly Magazine – No. 167

TCIMAIL contains technical papers contributed by leading professors and scientists. We also introduce our new reagents in the fields of Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Materials Chemistry, Bioscience and Analytical Science. Examples of application and use are explained in an easy way, using various schemes and charts.
Chemistry Chat
- Focusing on the Elements - Compounds Composed of Two Elements (3)
Kentaro Sato

Applications
- Graphene Oxide
- Difluoromethylating Reagents
- Building Blocks for Click Chemistry
- Cyclin-Dependent Kinases Inhibitor
- SIRT1 Inhibitor
- Adenylate Cyclase Activator

Chemistry Chat

Focusing on the Elements - Colors and Chemical Names (1)


Kentaro Sato
Vivid, diverse, and changeable colors of chemicals lured many of us stepping into the field of chemistry as young students. There are indeed a number of elements and compounds that display beautiful colors. Some of them are used as synthetic dyes and were a major part of the early development of chemical industry. From litmus paper to state-of–the-art bioimaging technologies, color and chemical research always go hand in hand.
So not surprisingly, there are quite a few chemicals with names derived from their colorful appearances. In this article, let us look at some of the interesting examples.

Synthetic Organic Chemistry

Research Article

A Novel Cyanation Reaction of Arenes Using Acetonitrile as a Cyano Source

Shen et al. have reported a novel cyanation reaction of arenes using acetonitrile as a cyano source. According to their results, the reaction proceeds through a tandem process producing aryl iodides (1) from a copper complex catalyst-promoted iodination of simple arenes with N-iodosuccinimide (NIS), and a subsequent cyanation reaction. In this reaction, it is presumed that the cyano source is generated via the formation of an acetonitrile-derived cyanomethyl group-substituted TEMPO intermediate (2) and a sequential C-CN bond cleavage by the action of copper complex catalysts and hexamethyldisilane. This cyanation-process using TEMPO, copper complex catalysts and acetonitrile as a cyano source is a safe and inexpensive synthetic method and its future development can be expected.
A0060,I0074,H0638,T1560

References

Product Highlight

A Useful Crystalline Trifluoroacetylating Reagent

(Trifluoroacetyl)benzotriazole (1) is a crystalline trifluoroacetylating reagent and used for the direct trifluoroacetylation of amines and alcohols without any base. The trifluoroacetylation with amines is carried out at room temperature in good yields when primary and secondary amines and low nucleophilic aniline derivatives are employed as reactants. On the other hand, the trifluoroacetylation with alcohols proceeds with refluxing THF. All primary and secondary alcohols and phenols including such a high-acidic phenol as 4-nitrophenol are available for this trifluoroacetylation. 1 has advantages of a crystalline solid and is easy to weigh, and can be used for the direct introduction of a trifluoroacetyl group under mild conditions. Thus, 1 is a useful trifluoroacetylating reagent.
T3174

References

New Products

Bioscience

New Products

Mixed-Mode columns (ODS + Ion-Exchange) for HPLC “TCI Dual series”

• Analysis of Preservatives by TCI Dual ODS-AX10 (Anion-Exchange column)
ODS + Ion-Exchange

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Reagent Guide - Online Version Available on TCI Website

TCI Reagent Guides, product catalogs by category, are very useful as reference for finding reagents. Do you know Reagent Guides are also available as online version on our website?
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PACIFICHEM (The International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies) 2015

Hilton Hawaiian Village, Coral ballroom‎
Honolulu, Hawaii
December 15-20, 2015
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