Dihydrobenzofurans and Propynylthiophenes From the Roots of Eupatorium heterophyllum was written by Hu, Yiming;Saito, Yoshinori;Gong, Xun;Matsuo, Yosuke;Tanaka, Takashi. And the article was included in Natural Product Communications in 2022.Synthetic Route of C8H8O This article mentions the following:
Seven new dihydrobenzofurans and 2 new propynyl thiophenes were isolated from the roots of Eupatorium heterophyllum together with 13 known compounds The compounds were characterized using spectroscopic methods including 2D NMR, IR, and mass spectrometric techniques. Aerial parts of this plant have been known to contain various sesquiterpenoids and displayed high chem. diversity (several compounds isolated and/or identified) among their chem. constituents depending on the collection site. Nevertheless, we found that the chem. diversity in the roots was lower than in the aerial parts. In the experiment, the researchers used many compounds, for example, 2,3-Dihydrobenzo[b]furan (cas: 496-16-2Synthetic Route of C8H8O).
2,3-Dihydrobenzo[b]furan (cas: 496-16-2) belongs to benzofurans derivatives. Many natural or synthetic compounds containing benzofuran skeletons have been found to possess remarkable activity as agrochemicals and pharmaceuticals. Benzofurans have also made significant and distinctive contributions to biology. They exhibit several biological activities that range from antioxidant, antitubercular, antiplasmodial, insecticidal.Synthetic Route of C8H8O