Chemical Structure / July 20, 2018 / Gabriela Rodriquez
Isoquinolines are a class of compounds (benzopyridines) which are used in medical contexts (such as the anesthetic dimethisoquin, the antihypertensive debrisoquine, and the vasodilator papaverine) and in other areas (such as disinfectant N-laurylisoquinolinium bromide). Isoquinoline itself is efficiently prepared using the Pomeranz-Fritsch reaction, but can also be prepared from benzylamine and glyoxal acetal by an analogous approach known as the Schlittler-Muller modification to the Pomeranz-Fritsch reaction. This modification can also be used for preparing substituted isoquinolines.
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