- Melting Point:293-294 °C
- Boiling Point:348.7 °C at 760 mmHg
- Density:1.339 g/cm3
- Flash Point:164.7 °C
- Vapor Density:N/A
- Refractive Index:1.5200 (estimate)
- Storage Temp.:N/A
- Appearance/Colour:Beige to brown crystalline powder
6-Quinolinecarboxylic acid Safety information and MSDS
H315 Causes skin irritation
H319 Causes serious eye irritation
H335 May cause respiratory irritation
·Composition/information on ingredients:
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|6-Quinolinecarboxylic acid||6-Quinolinecarboxylic acid||10349-57-2||none||100%|
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·Accidental release measures:
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6-Quinolinecarboxylic acid Relevant articlesAll total 25 Articles be found
Visible-light-mediated organoboron-catalysed metal-free dehydrogenation of N-heterocycles using molecular oxygen
Wei, Lanfeng,Wei, Yu,Xu, Liang,Zhang, Jinli
supporting information, p. 4446 - 4450 (2021/06/30)
The surge of photocatalytic transformation not only provides unprecedented synthetic methods, but also triggers the enthusiasm for more sustainable photocatalysts. On the other hand, oxygen is an ideal oxidant in terms of atom economy and environmental friendliness. However, the poor reactivity of oxygen at the ground state makes its utilization challenging. Herein, a visible-light-induced oxidative dehydrogenative process is disclosed, which uses an organoboron compound as the photocatalyst and molecular oxygen as the sole oxidant.Viathis approach, an array of N-heterocycles have been accessed under metal-free mild conditions, in good to excellent yields.
Method for preparing aromatic carboxylic acid compound
Paragraph 0085-0086; 0136-0139; 0176, (2020/02/14)
The invention discloses a method for preparing an aromatic carboxylic acid compound. The method comprises the following steps: 1) heating carbon dioxide and hydrosilane in the presence of a copper catalyst in a reaction medium A; and 2) adding a reaction medium B, aryl halide, a palladium catalyst and a base to the reaction mixture in the step 1), sealing the reaction system, and performing a heating reaction. The method has the advantages that raw materials are simple and easy to obtain, the raw materials are cheap and stable, the catalyst is common, easy to obtain and stable, the reaction conditionsaremild, the aftertreatment is simple, the yield is high, and the like.
Method for copper-catalyzed carboxylation reaction of arylboronic acid and carbon dioxide
Paragraph 0101; 0102, (2019/12/29)
The invention discloses a method for a copper-catalyzed carboxylation reaction of arylboronic acid and carbon dioxide. According to the method, carbon dioxide is used as a C1 source, copper catalysisis adopted, alkoxide serves as alkali, and a reaction is carried out in an organic solvent; the method is simple in process and easy to implement, and shows wide functional group compatibility; the method allows various arylboronic acids such as monosubstituted or polysubstituted phenylboronic acid, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon boronic acid and benzoheterocyclic boronic acid to be converted into corresponding arylcarboxylic acids with considerable yield under mild conditions; and the produced carboxylic acids have important application value, and can be used for deriving a great number of other common chemical substances, such as acyl halide, acid anhydride, ester and amide.
Construction of Helically Stacked π-Electron Systems in Poly(quinolylene-2,3-methylene) Stabilized by Intramolecular Hydrogen Bonds
Fujii, Naoka,Haino, Takeharu,Kanbayashi, Naoya,Kataoka, Yuki,Okamura, Taka-aki,Onitsuka, Kiyotaka
supporting information, p. 10286 - 10291 (2020/05/25)
π-Stacked polymers, which consist of layered π-electron systems in a polymer, can be expected to be used in molecular electronic devices. However, the construction of a stable π-stacked structure in a polymer is considerably challenging because it requires sophisticated designs and precise synthetic methods. Herein, we present a novel π-stacked architecture based on poly(quinolylene-2,3-methylene) bearing alanine derivatives as the side chain, obtained through the living cyclo-copolymerization of an o-allenylaryl isocyanide. In the resulting polymer, the neighboring quinoline rings of the main chain form a layered structure with π–π interactions, which is stabilized by intramolecular hydrogen bonds. The vicinal quinoline units form two independent helices and the whole molecule is a twisted-tape structure. This structure is established on the basis of UV/CD spectra, theoretical calculations, and atomic-force microscopy.
1,2-Dibutoxyethane-Promoted Oxidative Cleavage of Olefins into Carboxylic Acids Using O2 under Clean Conditions
Ou, Jinhua,Tan, Hong,He, Saiyu,Wang, Wei,Hu, Bonian,Yu, Gang,Liu, Kaijian
, p. 14974 - 14982 (2021/10/25)
Herein, we report the first example of an effective and green approach for the oxidative cleavage of olefins to carboxylic acids using a 1,2-dibutoxyethane/O2 system under clean conditions. This novel oxidation system also has excellent functional-group tolerance and is applicable for large-scale synthesis. The target products were prepared in good to excellent yields by a one-pot sequential transformation without an external initiator, catalyst, and additive.
6-Quinolinecarboxylic acid Synthetic route And Reaction conditions
Hydrogensulfat v. 4-Amino-bezoesaeure (markiert an C-1), 4-Nitrobenzoesaeure, Borsaeure, FeSO4, wfr. Glycerin-H2SO4, Δ (150-160grad, 4h);
at 140 ℃;
bei der trocknen Destillation; Erhitzen mit konz. Salzsaeure auf 140grad;
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