Kuan Zheng

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A kinetic resolution of α-allenic alcohols is realized through chiral silver phosphate-catalyzed cycloisomerization with high stereoselectivity (selectivity factor up to 189) and tolerance of a variety of functional groups. A mechanistic model is proposed to interpret the origin of the high stereoselectivity and broad substrate scope.
A "stop-and-flow" strategy was developed for the chemoselective dioxygenation of alkenes with a PIFA-initiated cyclization. This method is conceived for the desymmetrization of seco-diene, and a series of substituted 5-hydroxymethyl-γ-lactones were constructed after hydrolysis. This strategy also differentiates terminally substituted alkenes and constitutes(More)
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