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C. , x CH 3 ); IR (?/cm -1 ) 2223 (?CN), 1735 (?CO) HRMS (ESI + ) calcd for C27H22N2O2Na [M+Na] + : 429.7573, found: 429.1570; UV-Vis (CH2Cl2) ?max = 484 nm (? = 38 400 L.mol -1 .cm -1 ). 2.2.13 3-methyl ester-4-[2-[4-(diphenylamino)phenyl]ethenyl, mmol.) following general protocol 1 (80°C, 24 h), pp.5-7, 1175.

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