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Title: Deoximation of keto- and aldoximes to carbonyl compounds
Authors: Sahu, Sandhyamayee
Sahu, Sagarika
Patel, Sabita
Dash, Sukalyan
Mishra, Bijay K.
Keywords: Oxime;Deoximation;Ketoximes;Aldoximes;Surface templated process;Photochemical process;Carbonyl compound
Issue Date: Feb-2008
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: Oxime is a protected form of carbonyl compound and is considered to be their equivalent. Various methods are adopted for the deoximation processes to effectively and suitably obtain the parent or new aldehydes and ketones. Deoximation can be achieved using various processes like oxidation, reduction, hydrolysis, hydrogenation etc. using organic and inorganic reagents. Besides, some surface templated processes and photochemical processes are also used to give products in a remarkably effective way.
Page(s): 259-271
ISSN: 0376-4699
Appears in Collections:IJC-B Vol.47B(02) [February 2008]

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