H Suschitzky; O Meth-Cohn; Great Britain. The Royal Society's a review of the literature abstracted between July 1980 and PDF

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Am. Chem. ,1981,103,1283. T. Katsuki and K. B. Sharpless, J. A m . Chem. , 1980,102, 5974. Three-Membered Ring Systems 11 added Bu‘OOH and the ally1 alcohol substrate. Normally, after a period in the freezer overnight, the product may be isolated in good yield. The method possesses two striking features. ) of configuration 2S,3S. (ii) Upon use of a given tartrate enantiomer, the system seems obliged to deliver the epoxide oxygen from the same enantioface of the alkene, regardless of the substitution pattern.

C. , J. Chem. ,Chem. , 1980,93. 14 Heterocyclic Chemistry carcinogen. The 8,9-oxide (86), a major initial metabolite of this compound, The major isolated has been synthesized in optically pure (+)- and liver metabolite of (86) is a diol with 8R,9R stereochemistry, and this has been shown to be enzymatically derived from the (+)-isomer. "This compound is the aza-analogue of the carcinogenic hydrocarbon 7-methylbenzanthracene. Miscellaneous Syntheses of Oxirans. 83The reaction (Scheme 8) is thought to proceed via initial attack by superoxide on the sulphonic acid (89),followed by electron transfer, leading to the nucleophile (90); this adds to substrate to produce an intermediate (91), which then cyclizes to epoxide (92).

K. Rapper and W. A. Goddard, 111, J. A m . Chem. ,1980,102,5114. A. Rauk, J. A m . Chem. ,1981,103,1023. G. H. Posner, K. A. Babiak, G. L. Loomis, W. J. Frazee, R. D. Mittal, and I. L. Karle, J. Am. Chem. ,1980,102,7498. C. H. Charles, R. J. Baker, L. M. Trefonas, and G. W. Griffin, J. Chem. ,Chem. , 1980,1075. H. Ueda, C. Katayarna, and J. Tanaka, Bull. Chem. Soc. , 1980,53, 1263. V. F. Kalasinky and S. Pechsiri, J. , 1980,9, 120. A. B. Nease and C. J. Wurrey, J. , 1980,9, 107. M. Ceroni and U.

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