Quinoxalines

Quinoxalines (also called 1,4-diazanaphthalenes or benzopyrines) are bicyclic heterocycles containing a benzene ring fused to a pyrazine ring. Quinoxaline derivatives are important components of pharmacologically active compounds, including antibacterial, antibiotic, and antitumor agents, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic activities, as well as use in RNA synthesis inhibition, reactive dyes and pigments, azo dyes, fluroscein dyes, corrosion inhibition, and photovoltaic polymers. The presence of a halogen allows these reagents to be used as substrates in various coupling reactions, including Suzuki-Miyaura cross-coupling reactions.

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307149 2,3,6,7-Tetrachloroquinoxaline 98% C8H2Cl4N2
735302 5,8-Dibromoquinoxaline 97% C8H4Br2N2
144525 2,3-Dichloroquinoxaline 96% C8H4Cl2N2
636894 2,6-Dichloroquinoxaline 97% C8H4Cl2N2
698741 6-Bromoquinoxaline 96% C8H5BrN2
136301 2-Chloroquinoxaline 98% C8H5ClN2
714399 2,3-Dichloro-6-methylquinoxaline 97% C9H6Cl2N2
709751 2-Chloro-3-methylquinoxaline 97% C9H7ClN2
B37159 2,3-Bis(bromomethyl)quinoxaline 98% C10H8Br2N2