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posted on 20.11.2018, 12:25 by Louis M. M. Mouterde, Florent Allais

The common chemical method to synthesize Phenolic Acids (PAs) involves a relatively considerable energy intake. In order to solve this issue, microwave-assisted Knoevenagel-Doebner condensations were developed. Nevertheless, these synthetic procedures prove difficult to reproduce. Herein, we developed and optimized—by using a combination of a Design of Experiment and a standard optimization approach—a reliable procedure that converts naturally occuring p-hydroxybenzaldehydes into the corresponding PAs with conversions of 86–99% and in 85–97% yields.

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