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Tandem oxidation processes using manganese dioxide: Discovery, applications, and current studies

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JournalACCOUNTS OF CHEMICAL RESEARCH
DatePublished - Nov 2005
Issue number11
Volume38
Number of pages19
Pages (from-to)851-869
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

"One-pot" processes in which alcohol oxidations are combined with further elaboration of the carbonyl intermediate are reviewed. Sequential processes are briefly discussed, but most attention is centered on tandem processes; that is, oxidations carried out in the presence of a nucleophilic trapping agent, rather than those in which the trapping agent is added after the oxidation is complete. As part of this Account, a comprehensive review of the discovery of tandem oxidation processes (TOP) will be given together with applications in alkene-forming reactions, cyclopropanations, and imine, oxime, amine, and heterocycle formation.

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  • CATALYZED AEROBIC OXIDATION, ONE-POT CONVERSION, ACTIVATED ALCOHOLS, WITTIG REACTIONS, CARBONYL-COMPOUNDS, ORGANIC-CHEMISTRY, PHOSPHORUS-YLIDE, CARBOXYLIC-ACIDS, ALDEHYDES, AMIDES

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