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000081583 245__ $$aSuperbases for organic synthesis
000081583 260__ $$c1988
000081583 269__ $$a1988
000081583 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000081583 500__ $$aCAN 110:56666 21-0 General Organic Chemistry Inst. Chim. Org.,Univ. Lausanne,Lausanne,Switz. Journal; General Review 0033-4545 written in English.
000081583 520__ $$aA review with 70 refs. LICKOR mixts. of organolithium reagents and bulky potassium alcoholates allow the smooth metalation and subsequent electrophilic substitution of low acidity hydrocarbons, in particular olefins. The allylpotassium intermediates exhibit peculiar conformational preferences which can be exploited in novel stereoselective carbon-carbon linking reactions. A few syntheses of simple natural products illustrate the method. A tentative explanation is given for the superior performance of LICKOR mixts. when compared with butylpotassium. [on SciFinder (R)]
000081583 6531_ $$aSynthesis (org.
000081583 6531_ $$asuperbases for); Bases Role: USES (Uses) (super-
000081583 6531_ $$afor org. synthesis)
000081583 6531_ $$areview superbase org synthesis
000081583 700__ $$g123541$$aSchlosser, Manfred$$0240930
000081583 773__ $$j60$$tPure and Applied Chemistry$$k11$$q1627-34
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000081583 937__ $$aLSCO-ARTICLE-1988-007
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