Synthesis of 2-ethynyl- and 4,5-diethynyl-1-methylimidazoles
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One, two, or three 3-methyl-3-hydroxybutynyl groups were inserted into the N-methylimidazole ring by the direct replacement of iodine, catalyzed by copper.
2-Ethynyl- and 4,5-diethynyl-1-methylimidazole were synthesized by the cleavage of the obtained imidazolylacetylenic alcohols.
KeywordsCopper Alcohol Iodine Direct Replacement
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