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On the selectivity of deprotection of benzyl, mpm (4-methoxybenzyl) and dmpm (3,4-dimethoxybenzyl) protecting groups for hydroxy functions
Abstract The 4-methoxybenzyl (MPM) protecting group for hydroxy functions is readily removed with DDQ in dichloromethane containing a small amount of water at room temperature. Under these neutralExpand
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Specific removal of o-methoxybenzyl protection by DDQ oxidation.
Abstract Methoxybenzyl protecting groups of alcohols were readily and efficiently removed with DDQ in CH2Cl2-H2O at room temperature. Under these neutral conditions, other usual protecting groups,Expand
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Novel Preparation Method of Highly Copper Ion-exchanged ZSM-5 Zeolites and Their Catalytic Activities for NO Decomposition
Copper(II) ion-exchanged ZSM-5 zeolites with 100% or more exchange levels were readily prepared by addition of basic compounds such as ammonia and Mg(OH)2 to the mother solution. The catalyticExpand
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Protection of hydroxy groups by intramolecular oxidative formation of methoxybenzylidene acetals with DDQ
Abstract On DDQ oxidation under anhydrous conditions, hydroxy groups located at α or β position to methoxybenzyl ether groups were readily protected by the intramolecular oxidative formation ofExpand
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DMPM (3,4-dimethoxybenzyl) protecting group for hydroxy function more readily removable than MPM (P-methoxybenzyl) protecting group by DDQ oxidation
Abstract The DMPM (3,4-dimethoxybenzyl) protection for hydroxy function was deprotected more readily than the MPM (p-methoxybenzyl) protection by DDQ oxidation under neutral conditions, and appliedExpand
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Tetrachloroethylene oxide: hydrolytic products and reactions with phosphate and lysine.
Tetrachloroethylene, or perchloroethylene (PCE), has considerable industrial use and is of toxicological interest because of a variety of effects. Most of the existing literature presents PCE oxideExpand
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Glycosides of N-hydroxy-N-arylamine derivatives. Part 1. Synthesis and mutagenicity of O-glucosides of N-Hydroxy-N-arylamines and their acetohydroxamic acids
N-Acetyl-N-arylamino β-D-glucopyranosides (7a–d) were synthesized by the orthoester glycosylation method via N-arylamino β-D-glucopyranosides (6a–d), and the N-acetyl amides, having an N–O–C-1Expand
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