Cellulose-supported sulfonated magnetic nanoparticles: Utilized for one-pot synthesis of α-iminonitrile derivatives.

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Summary of "Cellulose-supported sulfonated magnetic nanoparticles: Utilized for one-pot synthesis of α-iminonitrile derivatives."

An instrumental strategy for α-iminonitrile derivatives preparation by Fe3O4@cellulose-OSO3H (MCSA) as an eco-friendly nanocatalyst and oxidative agent in aerobic condition, is presented.


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Name: Current organic synthesis
ISSN: 1570-1794


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