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Condensed pyrazoles are pyrazoles fused with five- or six- membered rings. Pyrazole are five-membered nitrogen-containing organic heterocycles containing two nitrogen atoms adjacent to each other. The five or six-membered rings could be either saturated or unsaturated. Pyrazoles have been of interest to medicinal chemists due to their diverse types of biological properties, such as, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflamatory, antidepressant, anti-tumor, anticancer, analgesic and anti-herpetic properties. Due to the presence of the pyrazole structure as a backbone in these compounds, condensed pyrazole derivatives have been widely applied in the pharmaceutical and agromedical fields.