Chemical reaction technologies
At Yogi, we undertake two types of halogenation reactions: substitution and addition reactions. Know more about chlorination and bromination expertise.
Expertise in reaction of organometallic chemical reactions where alkyl, allyl, vinyl or aryl magnesium halides are reacted with electrophilic carbonyl compounds.
Oxidation Reaction Technology
Oxidation chemical reaction technology for pharmaceutical intermediate synthesis using Hydrogen Peroxide, Nitric Acid and Sodium Hypochlorite.
Expertise in chemical reactions which involves alkulation or acylation of aromatic ring with an alkyl halide or acid chloride using strong Lewis’s acid.
We expertise in synthesis were ring formation or modification is done using precursors. By this, cyclic compounds of carbon or non-carbon elements are created.
Yogi expertise in synthetic routes using reduction chemical reaction like Hydrogenation, wolff-kishner and reduction using borohydric salts.
Suzuki Coupling Chemistry
Suzuki coupling is a widely used cross coupling reaction between an organohalide and an organoborinic acid. The reaction is typically catalysed by a Pd-based catalyst and runs under mild conditions.
The expertise of high selective of the desired isomer has been gained with years of experience of synthesis of the chiral molecules for speciality chemicals.
Numerous further chemical reactions complete our capacities for multi-stage synthesis. These reaction types are routinely performed in addition to the main reactions.
The different kinds of reaction we can handle
|Claisen Condensation||Beckmann Rearrangement||Halogenations|
|Bouveault-Blanc Reaction||Catalytic reduction||Nitration|
|Gabriel Synthesis||Condensations||Sandmeyer Reaction|
|Japp - Klingemann Hydrazone Synthesis||Cyclization||Wolff Kishner Reduction|
|Addition Reaction||Diazotisation||Vlismeier-Haack reaction|
|Aldol Condensations||Coupling Reactions||Michael Additions|
|Alkylation Amination||Grignard Reaction||Dehalogenations|
|Acylation||De-alkylation cleavage||Schiff base reaction|