Abstract Title

Oxidation of Aliphatic Aldehydes Using Synthetic Iron Rich Clay

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Organic Chemistry

Abstract

The oxidation of aliphatic aldehydes is an important tool in modern synthesis. However, current methods utilize harsh conditions, or expensive transition metal reagents. In this work, we present a novel method for the oxidation of aliphatic aldehydes using a synthetic, high iron clay. This clay, Fe-Non, is environmentally benign, and cheap to produce. Additionally, Fe-Non is easily recoverable by filtration, simplifying the purification process. These qualities make Fe-Non an ideal reagent for aldehyde oxidation in the production of drug like scaffolds.

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Oxidation of Aliphatic Aldehydes Using Synthetic Iron Rich Clay

The oxidation of aliphatic aldehydes is an important tool in modern synthesis. However, current methods utilize harsh conditions, or expensive transition metal reagents. In this work, we present a novel method for the oxidation of aliphatic aldehydes using a synthetic, high iron clay. This clay, Fe-Non, is environmentally benign, and cheap to produce. Additionally, Fe-Non is easily recoverable by filtration, simplifying the purification process. These qualities make Fe-Non an ideal reagent for aldehyde oxidation in the production of drug like scaffolds.