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Analysis on Methylene Oxidation in Aromatic Molecules | Original Article

Sonia Santwani*, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Regardless of critical advancement in the improvement of site-specific aliphatic C–H oxidations over the previous decade, the capacity to oxidize solid methylene C–H bonds within the sight of all the more oxidatively labile fragrant functionalities remains a noteworthy unsolved issue. Such chemoselective reactivity is exceptionally attractive for empowering late-arrange oxidative derivatizations of pharmaceuticals and therapeutically significant regular items that frequently contain such usefulness. Here, we report a basic manganese little atom impetus Mn(CF3–PDP) framework that accomplishes such chemoselectivity through an unforeseen cooperative energy of impetus plan and corrosive added substance.