Reacciones multicomponente en la síntesis de pirroles a través de procesos de bajo impacto ambiental

  • Yeniffer Usuriaga Mulato Biotecnología, Calidad Medioambiental y Seguridad Agroalimentaria (BICAMSA), Popayán, Departamento de Química, Facultad de Ciencias Naturales, Exactas y de la Educación, Universidad del Cauca, Campus Tulcán (190003) Popayán
  • Omar Miguel Portilla Zúñiga Universidad Nacional de La Plata
Palabras clave: Reacciones Multicomponente, Pirroles, Química Verde, Eficiencia Atómica


Los pirroles son compuestos heterocíclicos que han ganado gran importancia en los últimos años, debido a sus propiedades biológicas y químicas, que permiten su aplicación en diversas áreas industriales y farmacológicas. Debido a su potencial uso, se han seguido diversas rutas de síntesis para la obtención de estos compuestos, buscando un bajo impacto ambiental y siguiendo las vías  de  la química verde; por lo cual, en esta revisión se estudiarán diversas reacciones multicomponentes (RMC), como una herramienta eficiente para la obtención de pirroles


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Usuriaga Mulato, Y., & Portilla Zúñiga, O. M. (2016). Reacciones multicomponente en la síntesis de pirroles a través de procesos de bajo impacto ambiental. Investigación Joven, 3(1). Recuperado a partir de
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