2-Cyclohexene-1-one is an organic intermediate used in synthesis of pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, and fragrances. It is a ketone, or more precisely, an enone. It undergoes nucleophilic conjugate addition with organocopper reagents, Michael reactions and Robinson annulations.
The product is commercially manufactured by Birch reduction of phenol or anisole, alternatively by catalytic oxidation of cyclohexene.
Applications in Pharma
|Cyclohexenone is a key raw material in the production of:
|Carprofen, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug
Applications in Agrochemicals
|It is also used to synthesize the herbicides:
Applications in Intermediates
|Following intermediates can be synthesized from cyclohexenone:
|As fragrance ingredient with roasted savory green odor
|In biological studies for H-tunneling in multiple hydride transfers of catalytic cycle of the enzyme – morphinone reductase
|Clear, colorless or slightly yellowish liquid
|Identification by GC
|Peak in the sample chromatogram to match with that in standard chromatogram
|Water by KF
|Density at 20°C
|0.987 – 0.997
|Purity by GC
The product is stored at ambient temperature.
25 kg UN-approved carboy.
Not registered yet.
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