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Radical-chain deoxygenation of tertiary alcohols, protected as their methoxymethyl (MOM) ethers, using thiols as polarity- reversal catalysts

Dang, HS; Franchi, P; Roberts, BP; (2000) Radical-chain deoxygenation of tertiary alcohols, protected as their methoxymethyl (MOM) ethers, using thiols as polarity- reversal catalysts. Chemical Communications (6) 499 - 500.

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Abstract

The deoxygenation of tertiary alcohols can be accomplished by heating their MOM ethers in the presence of a peroxide initiator and a thiol catalyst: the proposed radical-chain mechanism is supported by EPR spectroscopic studies

Type:Article
Title:Radical-chain deoxygenation of tertiary alcohols, protected as their methoxymethyl (MOM) ethers, using thiols as polarity- reversal catalysts
Additional information:Journal Article 292YA Roberts BP Univ London Univ Coll, Dept Chem, Christopher Ingold Labs, 20 Gordon St, London WC1H 0AJ, England CHEM COMMUN
Keywords:Alcohol, ALCOHOLS, As, CATALYSTS, ELECTRON-SPIN RESONANCE, EPR, MECHANISM, thiols
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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