4-(5-Aryl-2-oxazolyl)-substituted phthalic anhydrides were synthesized from 4-chloroformylphthalic anhydride and various ω-aminomethyl aryl ketones. The spectral-luminescence properties of solutions of the products in toluene and 5% NaOH solution were investigated. It is shown that the introduction of substituents with different electronic natures in the 5-phenyl ring of 4-(5-phenyl-2-oxazolyl) phthalic anhydride has a significant effect on the spectral-luminescence characteristics of the synthesized compounds.
KeywordsOrganic Chemistry Toluene Ketone Anhydride Phthalic Anhydride
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