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Perkin Condensation is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Perkin Condensation books and related discussion.
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- Organic Reactions v1
- THE PERKIN REACTION AND RELATED REACTIONS—John R. Johnson. 210.
- On the Mechanism of a Modified Perkin Condensation Leading to
- A modified Perkin condensation leading to -phenylcinnamic acid stereoisomers affords predominantely or exclusively the (E)-isomer.
- Tetrabutylammoniumbromide mediated Knoevenagel condensation
- Tetrabutylammoniumbromide mediated Knoevenagel condensation in water: synthesis of cinnamic acids.
Suggested Web Resources
- Perkin Condensation/Similar Topics
- The Perkin condensation problem is just flat out nowhere, and online sources aren't helping me much.
- The amine catalyzed Perkin condensation: A class project
- I The Amine Catalyzed Perkin Condensation. University of California. Son Francisco.
- Perkin condensation definition of Perkin condensation in the Free
- Perkin reaction [′pər·kən rē‚ak·shən]. (organic chemistry).
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