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Diastereoselectivity in the directed aldol condensation of 2-trimethylsiloxyfuran with aldehydes. A stereodivergent route to threo and erythro δ-hydroxy-γ-lactones

Author
JEFFORD, C. W1 ; JAGGI, D; BOUKOUVALAS, J
[1] Univ. Geneva, dep. organic chemistry, Geneva 1211, Switzerland
Source

Tetrahedron letters. 1987, Vol 28, Num 35, pp 4037-4040 ; ref : 21 ref

CODEN
TELEAY
ISSN
0040-4039
Scientific domain
Biochemistry, molecular biology, biophysics; Organic chemistry
Publisher
Elsevier, Oxford
Publication country
United Kingdom
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
Aldolisation Aldéhyde Cycle 5 chaînons Diastéréosélectivité Hétérocycle oxygène Lactone Silicium Composé organique Furanne(triméthylsiloxy-2) Furannone-2(dihydro-«2,5» hydroxy-«1p» hexyl-«5») Furannone-2(«α»-hydroxyphénéthyl-«5» perhydro) Hexanal
Keyword (en)
Aldol condensation Aldehyde Five membered ring Diastereoselectivity Oxygen heterocycle Lactone Silicon Organic compounds
Keyword (es)
Aldolización Aldehido Ciclo 5 eslabones Diastereoselectividad Heterociclo oxígeno Lactona Silicio
Classification
Pascal
001 Exact sciences and technology / 001C Chemistry / 001C03 Organic chemistry / 001C03C Preparations and properties / 001C03C06 Heterocyclic compounds / 001C03C06A Heterocyclic compounds with o, s, se, te hetero atom and condensed derivatives

Discipline
Organic chemistry
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
8314229

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