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Sodium Perborate and Sodium Percarbonate: Cheap, Safe and Versatile Oxidizing Agents for Organic Synthesis
Functional Group Oxidation Using Sodium Perborate.
An improved procedure for the preparation of the Garner aldehyde and its use for the synthesis of N-protected 1-halo-2-(R)-amino-3-butenes
An improved procedure for the preparation of 1,1-dimethylethyl 2,2-dimethyl-4-(S)-formyloxazolidine-3-carboxylate (Garner aldehyde) is described which avoids the need for methyl iodide and benzene.… Expand
Palladium-catalysed cross-coupling reactions of arylboronic acids with π-deficient heteroaryl chlorides
Abstract The palladium-catalysed cross-coupling reactions of arylboronic acids with a variety of π-deficient heteroaryl chlorides proceed in high yield.… Expand
Acetal and ketal deprotection using montmorillonite K10: The first synthesis of syn-4,8-dioxatricyclo[5.1.0.03,5]-2,6-octanedione
Abstract Montmorillonite K10 in dichloromethane at room temperature conveniently and efficiently converts acetals and ketals into the corresponding carbonyl compounds. The title dione… Expand
Constituents of Cynara cardunculus
Abstract The isolation of (−)-arctigenin (1) and (−)-arctigenin 4′-glucoside from the seeds of Cynara cardunculus, and of hentriacontane and eicosyldocosanoate from the leaves is reported, along with… Expand
Thallium in organic synthesis. VI. Synthesis of primary aliphatic bromides
Further Functional Group Oxidations Using Sodium Perborate.
The synthesis of pyrido(2,3,4-kl)acridine unit of some marine alkaloids
A simple and convenient synthesis of pyrido(2,3,4-kl)acridine (1), the main skeleton of some marine alkaloids, via cyclization and intramolecular nitrene insertion, is described. The importance of… Expand
Some Preliminary Studies on a Novel Rhodium(I)-Catalysed Tandem Hydrosilylation-Intramolecular Aldol Reaction
- David F. Emiabata-Smith, A. Mckillop, Catherine Mills, W. Motherwell, A. Whitehead
- 1 August 2001
A rhodium(I)-catalysed tandem hydrosilylation-intramolecular aldol sequence can be used to prepare substituted cycloalkanols in modest to excellent yields under mild reaction conditions.