Organic Reaction Mechanisms 1997: An Annual Survey Covering

Comprises such mechanisms as addition and removing reactions, nucleophilic and electrophilic fragrant substitutions, and molecular rearrangements.
* every one bankruptcy bargains with particular response kinds, reviewing the former year's advancements within the area.
* broadly referenced to past volumes and first journals.

Chapter 1 Reactions of Aldehydes and Ketones and their Derivatives (pages 1–35): B. A. Murray
Chapter 2 Reactions of Carboxylic, Phosphoric and Sulfonic Acids and their Derivatives (pages 37–97): W. J. Spillane
Chapter three Radical Reactions: half 1 (pages 99–137): A. J. Clark and R. P. Filik
Chapter four Radical Reactions: half 2 (pages 139–178): A. P. Dobbs and J. N. Martin
Chapter five Oxidation and relief (pages 179–219): B. G. Davis and J. A. G. Williams
Chapter 6 Carbenes and Nitrenes (pages 221–239): J. G. Knight
Chapter 7 Nucleophilic fragrant Substitution (pages 241–257): M. R. Crampton
Chapter eight Electrophilic fragrant Substitution (pages 259–271): R. G. Coombes
Chapter nine Carbocations (pages 273–297): R. A. Cox
Chapter 10 Nucleophilic Aliphatic Substitution (pages 299–326): J. Shorter
Chapter eleven Carbanions and Electrophilic Aliphatic Substitution (pages 327–360): A. C. Knipe
Chapter 12 removing Reactions (pages 361–390): A. C. Knipe
Chapter thirteen Addition Reactions: Polar Addition (pages 391–427): P. Kocovsky
Chapter 14 Addition Reactions: Cycloaddition (pages 429–472): N. Dennis
Chapter 15 Molecular Rearrangements (pages 473–603): A. W. Murray

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156 b-Substituted ethyl butanoates were chosen as substrates, with conditions that rigorously excluded ion-pairing and aggregation effects. Stereoelectronic effects were found typically to produce higher stereoselection than purely steric effects. 157 Similar 1 Reactions of Aldehydes and Ketones and their Derivatives 27 diastereoselectivities were observed for cis- and trans-enolates, and the transition state for each has the CÐF bond anti to the incipient CÐH bond, perhaps due to a stabilizing orbital interaction.

A further related case of lanthanide catalysis of a Baylis±Hilman condensation is described later under Aldol and Related Reactions. Hydrolysis of Schiff bases derived from benzidine (4,4H -diaminobiphenyl) and from substituted benzaldehydes has been studied in aqueous ethanol;34 attack of water molecules on the protonated substrates is suggested as the rate-determining step. 35 The sul®nimines employed, p-MePhS*…ˆO†NˆCHAr, have suf®ciently bulky substituents to prevent inversion, as shown by 1 H-NMR over a wide range of temperatures.

I) water attack on acridinium substrate at low pH and (ii) hydroxide attack on (19) at higher pH. 39 Only two important transition states were identi®edÐboth cyclicÐone chair-like and the other boat-like. The results are compared with the stereoselections reported in various experimental methodologies. 40 An azomethine intermediate has been implicated in the reaction of N-methylene-tbutylamine with octa¯uoroisobutylene to give (20) in wet diethyl ether;41 (20) is not formed under anhydrous conditions.

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