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1998). , 1998). 0% HO (69) O OH O (68) (35) Fig. 21. Ultrasound-catalysed synthesis of Knoevenagel reaction product (68). , 2011). , 2011). 0% O H3O+ O (70) Fig. 22. Synthesis of coumarinic compound (70) with and without ultrasound irradiation. 7 Solvent-free Knoevenagel reactions As mentioned previously, the reduction or elimination of volatile organic solvents in organic syntheses is one of the main goals in green chemistry. Solvent-free organic reactions result in syntheses that are simpler and less energy-intensive, and these conditions also reduce or eliminate solvent waste, hazards, and toxicity (Tanaka, 2003).

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