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题名: A Novel Allyl Transfer Coupled with a Grob Fragmentation
其他题名: 一个与Grob碎裂相偶联的新颖烯丙基重排反应
作者: Li SG(李绍刚); Chen HJ(陈慧君); Yang YY(杨洋洋); Wu WJ(武文菊); Wu YK(伍贻康)
通讯作者: 伍贻康
刊名: Chem.-Asian J.
发表日期: 2015
DOI: 10.1002/asia.201500728
卷: 10, 期:11, 页:2333-2336
收录类别: SCI
文章类型: 论文
英文摘要: A novel acid-promoted rearrangement is disclosed. In the previously unknown transformation, an allyl group migrated to an in situ formed carbocation stabilized by an electron-rich aryl or heteroaryl group, resulting in a stereoselective intramolecular Grob fragmentation. The outcome of the rearrangement observed with an array of substrates can be satisfactorily rationalized using a working hypothesis with the aid of a six-membered transition state similar to those proposed for the anionic oxy-Cope or oxonia-Cope rearrangements, but involving only one instead of two double bonds.
语种: 英语
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URI标识: http://ir.sioc.ac.cn/handle/331003/39530
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Li SG,Chen HJ,Yang YY,et al. A Novel Allyl Transfer Coupled with a Grob Fragmentation[J]. Chem.-Asian J.,2015,10(11):2333-2336.
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