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[reaction: see text] A novel method for the promotion of Reformatsky-like reactions is presented. The technique employs titanocene(III) chloride as a mild and homogeneous single-electron reductant. The reactions are rapid, operationally simple, and compatible with a wide range of functionalities. These additions are also anti diastereoselective.
Marine red algae (Rhodophyta) are a rich source of bioactive halogenated natural products, including cyclic terpenes. The biogenesis of certain cyclic halogenated marine natural products is thought to involve marine haloperoxidase enzymes. Evidence is presented that vanadium bromoperoxidase (V-BrPO) isolated and cloned from marine red algae that produce… (More)
[reaction: see text]. A novel approach to simple C-glycosides is reported. Reductive ring opening of 1,2-anhydro sugars with titanocene(III) chloride produces an anomeric radical that can be trapped with a variety of agents. The reaction stereospecifically affords alpha-glycosides and produces a free C-2 hydroxyl group allowing for further elaboration.