1,1-Diaryl compounds as important bioactive module in pesticides

Molecular Diversity
Xuelian LiuZhaohai Qin


1,1-Diaryl compounds are a series of compounds which possess two aryl groups attached to a central carbon atom. This special structure made it as a very important module in bioactive molecules, and compounds of this type are numerous. 1,1-Diaryl derivatives can be used as catalysts in chemical synthesis, chemical probes and biologically active molecules for medicines and pesticides. In this review, we focus on the application of these compounds in pesticides, such as insecticides and fungicides. The generic structure of the 1,1-diaryl compounds is discussed in this review.


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