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Synthesis, characterization and biological study of aryl benzyl ethers using micelles as a phase transfer catalyst

A new versatile and environmental friendly approach for the synthesis of phenolic ethers by condensing dihydric phenols with benzyl/p-nitro benzyl bromide in a MeOH-water medium using anionic micelles NaLS(Sodium Lauryl Sulphate) as a phase transfer catalyst at room temperature. All the synthesized ethers were characterized by analytical and spectral methods. Their biological study had also been carried out to find out the ability of micelles to control the activity of phenolic ethers.

Author(s): Sangilimuthu Arunadevi, V. Renuga and P. Sakthivel

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