Racemization in the use of N-(9-(9-phenylfluorenyl))serine-derived cyclic sulfamidates in the synthesis of delta-keto alpha-amino carboxylates and prolines.

@article{Wei2000RacemizationIT,
  title={Racemization in the use of N-(9-(9-phenylfluorenyl))serine-derived cyclic sulfamidates in the synthesis of delta-keto alpha-amino carboxylates and prolines.},
  author={Liuqing Wei and William D Lubell},
  journal={Organic letters},
  year={2000},
  volume={2 17},
  pages={2595-8}
}
[reaction: see text]Ring opening of enantiopure N-(9-(9-phenylfluorenyl)serine-derived cyclic sulfamidates with beta-keto esters, beta-keto ketones, and dimethyl malonate gave a variety of gamma-substituted amino acid analogues in racemic form. Investigation of the mechanism for racemization revealed that beta-elimination occurred to form a dehydroalanine intermediate that underwent subsequent Michael addition. 

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