Diene Synthesis by the Reductive Transposition of 1,2-Allenols

@article{Rinaolo2019DieneSB,
  title={Diene Synthesis by the Reductive Transposition of 1,2-Allenols},
  author={Vincent J. Rinaolo and E. E. Robinson and Abdallah B. Diagne and S. Schaus and R. J. Thomson},
  journal={Synlett},
  year={2019},
  volume={30},
  pages={2073-2076}
}
Monoalkyl diazene species are versatile intermediates that have enabled many useful synthetic transformations in complex chemical environments. Herein we report the reductive transposition of 1,2-allenols for the direct synthesis of dienes through an alkene walk process. 
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