Organic synthesis using bridgehead carbocations and bridgehead enonesChemical Reviews
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AbstractThe development of new pathways by which organic molecules can be stereoselectively constructed remains an important direction for organic chemistry. The palladium-mediated cyclizations of Trost,' Stille? Hegedus,3 Larock," Negishi: and Overman6 and the radical cyclization reactions of Keck,' Stork: Hart: Curran,Io Barton," and Beckwith12 represent important new strategies. A comparatively unstudied strategy is the formation of bicyclic or tricyclic systems via reactive bridgehead intermediates.
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Citation InformationGeorge A. Kraus, Yung Son Hon, P.J. Thomas, Steve Laramay, et al.. "Organic synthesis using bridgehead carbocations and bridgehead enones" Chemical Reviews Vol. 89 Iss. 7 (1989) p. 1591 - 1598
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