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Table 1 Isolated yields of amide 2, sulfonamide 3 and urea 4 derivatives

From: Sucrose and KF quenching system for solution phase parallel synthesis

Amide 2 R Yield (%) Sulfonamide 3 R Yield (%) Urea 4 R Yield (%)
a Cyclopentyl (Sudrik et al. 2002) 98 a Phenyl (José et al. 2011) 96 a 3-Cyano phenyl 98
b t-Butyl (Martínez-Asencio et al. 2011a) 99 b p-Tolyl (Gao et al. 2005) 99 b 1-Naphthyl 99
c 4-Fluro-phenyl (Mamat et al. 2011) 99 c 4-Fluro-phenyl (Ramunno et al. 2012) 97 c 4-Fluro phenyl 97
d Cyclopropyl (Yang and Shi 2005) 94 d 4-Chlorophenyl (Ramunno et al. 2012) 98 d 2-Trifluromethyl-phenyl 98
e Cyclohexyl (Saito et al. 2008) 98 e 4-Trifluromethoxy phenyl (Shi et al. 2009) 94 e 2-Methoxy-phenyl 97
f n-Butyl (Dermer and King 1943) 97 f 4-Methoxy phenyl (Martínez-Asencio et al. 2011b) 99 f Phenyl 99
g 2-Furyl (Gernigon et al. 2012) 99 g 2,4-Dichloro phenyl 98 g 4-Cyano phenyl 92
h 4-Nitro phenyl (Bahrami et al. 2010) 92 h 3,4-Dichloro phenyl 97 h 4-Triflurometh -oxy phenyl 94
i 4-Methoxy-phenyl (Kokare et al. 2007) 99     i 2,5-Dimethoxyphenyl 99
j 2,4-Dichloro-phenyl (Richard Cremlyna et al. 1989) 95       
k Ethyl (Lee et al. 1999) 97       
l Phenyl (Nowrouzi and Jonaghani 2012) 99