Multi-component reactions (MCRs) begin when the substrates necessary to obtain the desired product are placed in a single reaction vessel simultaneously. MCR reactions are generally characterized by the so-called high atomic efficiency, which means that the substrates are fully converted into the final product. Therefore, chemical compounds obtained in multicomponent reactions are easier to isolate and do not require complicated cleaning processes. Undoubtedly, the greatest asset of multi-component reactions is the ability to obtain relatively complex products (often with high pharmacological potential) while minimizing the number of production process steps.
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