Organic reactions by Larry E. Overman

By Larry E. Overman

Natural Reactions is a accomplished sequence of volumes dedicated to vital artificial reactions. for every quantity, the authors are world-renowned specialists with broad hands-on adventure within the box. the topics are provided from the preparative perspective, and specific recognition is given to boundaries, interfering impacts, results of constitution, and the choice of experimental options. each one bankruptcy comprises exact tactics illustrating the numerous alterations of the chemical response, in addition to tables directory all of the pertinent examples of the response. the themes mentioned in quantity fifty six are the Hydroformylation response and the Vilsmeier reactions of non-aromatic compounds. each one response is gifted with information regarding the response stipulations, items, and yields the place to be had, and is absolutely referenced to the first literature.

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Ag20, NaOH, H20 3. odCbd? 1. &‘2Me + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ II (-1 1:II = 65:35 483 1 (81) 485 /52 -\ 0 -P(OR)2 CHO RhCl(CO)(DPPB), C6H6,55”, 12 h, CO/H;! 6 co2(co)g/DIPHos (l/l), C6H6, 140”, 24 h, CO/H;! 1 bar), H2 (100 bar), n-heptane,25” CHO u-) + 0 II(4 491 TABLE I. HYDROFORMYLATION Reactant OF ALKYL-SUBSTITUTED MONOOLEFINS (Continued) cis-PtCl~(PPh~)~/SnC1~~2H20 ( 1:S), Refs. (l/l, 100 bar), 90”, 4 h Rh(acac)[P(OPh)&, P(OPh)3,80”, CO/H;! (10 atm), 1 h RU3(COh P(Cd-6 1)3, SCOW, II (47) + CH20H H20, 180”, 10 h Polystyryl-(CH2)4P(Bu-n)2-C*(CO)s, n-CsHtg, CO/H;!

06 Rh(CO)&p-20% divinylbenzenepolystyrene copolymer, PPh3,P/Rb = 20, ChH6, 1lo”, CO/l-l;! 2H20,CO/H;! (l/l, 80 kg/cm2), 80” [R~(COD)(OAC)]~,CO/H2, 25” Rh(acac)(CO)2,P(~&I3Me+Bu-f-2)3, URh = lo, co/H2(l/l, 20atm), c&j, I + II (91), III = 96:4 375 I (57-80) 316 1w 468 70” [Pt(C2&)(DPPB)]/CH3S03H (l/l), lOO”, CH&, CO/I-I2(l/l, 100 atm), 19 h 259 I+=+ (17:cII(65) LoH . . - = 97624 CHO Ru3(CO)t2-2,2’-bipyridine, PhMe, CO/H2 (l/l, 50 bar), lOO”, 66 h OHC- I(21) + h Wl3) fHO/\/\j II (30) + h 510 W9) Ru3(CO)I2-2,2’-bipyridine, PhMe, Et3N, CO/H2 (l/l, 50 bar), lOO”, 17 h [I + II] (2) + III (47) + IV (20) 510 Ru3(CO)12-2,2’-bipyridineon silica f22, CO/l-l2 (l/l, 50 bar), lOO”, 17 h, PhMe [I + IQ (0) + III (36) + IV (17) 510 RuB(CO)r2-2,2’-bipyridine on magnesium silicate x-104/2, CO/H2 (l/l, 50 bar), loo”, 17 h, PhMe I (29) + II (13) + III (13) + IV (3) 510 Rh(SOX)(COD), PPh3,L/Rh = 5, PhMe.

06 Rh(CO)&p-20% divinylbenzenepolystyrene copolymer, PPh3,P/Rb = 20, ChH6, 1lo”, CO/l-l;! 2H20,CO/H;! (l/l, 80 kg/cm2), 80” [R~(COD)(OAC)]~,CO/H2, 25” Rh(acac)(CO)2,P(~&I3Me+Bu-f-2)3, URh = lo, co/H2(l/l, 20atm), c&j, I + II (91), III = 96:4 375 I (57-80) 316 1w 468 70” [Pt(C2&)(DPPB)]/CH3S03H (l/l), lOO”, CH&, CO/I-I2(l/l, 100 atm), 19 h 259 I+=+ (17:cII(65) LoH . . - = 97624 CHO Ru3(CO)t2-2,2’-bipyridine, PhMe, CO/H2 (l/l, 50 bar), lOO”, 66 h OHC- I(21) + h Wl3) fHO/\/\j II (30) + h 510 W9) Ru3(CO)I2-2,2’-bipyridine, PhMe, Et3N, CO/H2 (l/l, 50 bar), lOO”, 17 h [I + II] (2) + III (47) + IV (20) 510 Ru3(CO)12-2,2’-bipyridineon silica f22, CO/l-l2 (l/l, 50 bar), lOO”, 17 h, PhMe [I + IQ (0) + III (36) + IV (17) 510 RuB(CO)r2-2,2’-bipyridine on magnesium silicate x-104/2, CO/H2 (l/l, 50 bar), loo”, 17 h, PhMe I (29) + II (13) + III (13) + IV (3) 510 Rh(SOX)(COD), PPh3,L/Rh = 5, PhMe.

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