Compendium of Organic Synthetic Methods Volume 6 by Michael B. Smith

By Michael B. Smith

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S0Cl2 2. NEt, HOCH~CH=CHCH~TMS 2% P d [ P P h 3 I 4 , Mastalerz, H. CH2C12 90% * J Org Chem, (1984), PET-OH, tBuOK /COOH * DCC 85% /co2pET PhCH2CH PhCH2CH \ NHBoc 2, 4092 1 . 3 MeI, CH3CN f 2 . E t 2 N H , CH3CN PET = 2(2-pyridyl)ethyl 92% \ NHBoc * Kessler, H. ; Becker, G . ; Wolff, M. Tetrahedron Lett, (1984), R 1 . NaH PhOCH(C1)Me Eq 2. * R 3 COOH 0 5% T F A / C H 3 C N 95% 0 25, 3971 ,j 0 TJ H 0 P h O c1 R = P h O C H 2 LII N H Alpegiani, M . ; Foglio, M . ; Gazz Chim Ital, --- Perrone, E. (1984), 114, 391 Other reactions useful f o r the protectio of carboxylic acids are included i n Section 107 (Esters from Carboxylic Acids and Acid Halides) and Section 23 (Carboxylic Acids from E s t e r s ) .

Murakami, M . Chem Lett, (1984), 615 -BrSiPhtBu(OMe), NEt3 * Ohshima, quant. OH 25, 663 , PdC12(COD) f-- T. 96% Tetrahedron Lett, (1984), 'CH~F -C H 3 C N , RT quant. H2, 5% P d - C Ph(CH2)30H Guindon, Y. t-BU 2 . a q . KHC03 0s i M e 2 t B u OTH P Mukaiyama, GCH2S( -0 1 . ; OSi- t - B u &Me Yoakim, C . W. Tetrahedron Lett, ( 1 9841, 25, 471 7 SECTION 45A 49 P R O T E C T I O N OF A L C O H O L S n 0 w0 b * HC1 CuBr2/THF -. , 85% EtOH/HOH --- - - - . r e f 1ux 90% > - 20h RT, * , - - __ Fetizon, M.

Wonnacott, A. T. ; Hullmann, M. Tetrahedron, (19861, 1 . PhCHO, T H F , -78"2. % ', PhCHCH3 2h O'C, / I > PhCHO 9, 2931 24 h RT + a q . T. ; Weinig, P. Me2S Me2S, E t 2 0 , - 3 0 ° C 1 . L. ; Reagan, J. : Perichon, J. Tetrahedron Lett, ( 1 9861, 95% 2,31 29 Review: IIReactivity and Stereochemical Factors of the Reduction of Carbonyl Functions w i t h Metallic Borohydride" Caro, B . ; Lamaty, G . ; Jaouen, G. 3 No examples of the reaction RR' + ROH ( R ' = a l k y l , a r y l , e t c . ) occur i n the l i t e r a t u r e .

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