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First-order rate constants have been determined for the decarboxylative Claisen rearrangement reactions at 293 K of substituted methyl (E)-3-phenyl-2-propenyl 2-tosylmalonate esters, which show a linear free-energy relationship indicative of the development of positive charge on the benzylic position in the sigmatropic rearrangement transition-state.
The highly regioselective, stereospecific ring-opening of trisubstituted N-tosylaziridines possessing vinyl and hydroxymethyl groups by sulfone- and sulfide-stablised carbanions is reported.
We describe in full the first synthesis of the potent insect antifeedant azadirachtin through a highly convergent approach. An O-alkylation reaction is used to unite decalin ketone and propargylic mesylate fragments, after which a Claisen rearrangement constructs the central C8-C14 bond in a stereoselective fashion. The allene which results from this… (More)
Allylic acetate esters containing a variety of N-arylsulfonyl sulfoximines on the acetyl residue have been prepared and submitted to the decarboxylative Claisen rearrangement reaction. Rearranged products were isolated in generally good yields, and diastereoselectivities up to 82:18 have been obtained. The N-(2,4,6-triisopropylphenylsulfonyl)-S-phenyl… (More)
Organic synthesis is widely regarded as having begun nearly two centuries ago, with Friedrich Wöhler’s 1828 discovery that ammonium cyanate could be converted into urea . Since that seminal finding, chemical synthesis has advanced to extents which must have been unimaginable to its early practitioners. The numerous paradigm-shifts which have taken place… (More)