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RH+)6-methyl' cyclohex-2-en-'-onr . 0  O~_OH -C~5 6 (R)-(+)cycloh.. 1 1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. hex· 2- en -1 - on. 9. 10 . (1S,2RH+)2-othylcyclohuonol . onone H3C~"CH34 [~ . I 11. (25,55)-(+)2,5- dimethylpyrrolid ine . 12 . (RH+)3-cyclo- N I [e] CH 3 cU) (gf" hexenyl methyl .... Ion.. H+NH2 (CH 2 )3CH 3 13. (RH+)4-isopropenylcyclohlxln • . 14. (5H+)2- hlllylomin• . l . Cheer and C. , 1976, 3877. B. Jones and T. Takemura, Can. J. , 1982, 60, 2950. K . W. Feiman, J. Org. , 1977,42, 1663.
_ . _ . - i ! ~~~. HO-o-OOCPh 13. (IR,3SH+)cyclopenl - 4ono-l,3-dioI ' · benzoolt . _. _. ctll COOH i OnCOOH I (IR,2R)+')cyclopenl' ono-I, 2'd,corboxyllc ocid A 37. 2. 1 8rtLCH 3 11. (RH+)2-mothylcyclobulanono. 1_ - _ . _ . _ . _ . _ . - '~~ 12. yr2 cycloponlon-I-ol. ~ [s] HO-o-OH ii 6--CH2C~OH I H, (3R,4S)-(-)4'hydroxy' cyelopenl'l'eno- 3'ocotic acid lacton. A'2~ . 9 . H , i ~OH i OH ~~ . Ouc~ I 14. (IR,2R)-(-)bi"(hydro- 1 'ymothyl)cycl_ntono . O--C=C(CH2~CH~ I~. (IR, ZS)-(-)Z'(I-aetynyl) cycloponlonol.
On-3-on. (S )-(+)3- melhylponla nait acid A29. 9 [8J CIZ) CH 2CHzOti ~C+H C,H, - CIZ) [8) (S )-(+)3-melhylpontm1- 01. A 27. - ·_·_·_ ·_·_·_·_·-·_·_·_·_·-·-·l (CH2~H =C~ H3C + H CzH, (CHz~C""CH ~ W ~C+H ~H, 13. (S H+)6-mothyloet-l-on • . • 4 . · '-yno . 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. CH. • 3 . '\. (CH2 lf=OCH 3 ~C+H ~H , 1:1. (SJ-(+) 6 -molt1yloeton2-an. L. S. Gordon, J. Am. Chern. , 1948, 70, 3128. B. Wiberg and G. Foster, J. Am. , 1961, 83, 423. H. K. Brain, J. Am. Chern. , 1963, 85, 1806. L. Lardicci, C.