Strain and Its Implications in Organic Chemistry: Organic by Barry M. Trost (auth.), Armin de Meijere, Siegfried Blechert

By Barry M. Trost (auth.), Armin de Meijere, Siegfried Blechert (eds.)

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8 kcal/mol n-Bu~ .. J 20 ... 2 kca1/mol), it appears reasonable to surmise that thermolysis of 12 would proceed in the desired manner to give the bicyc1ic compound 15. The synthesis of the key "diviny1cyc1opropane" 12 was achieved as outlined in Scheme 2. 9 Orthoester-based C1aisen rearrangement of the allylic alcohol 22 afforded the ester 23, which was converted via standard transformations into the diazo ketone 24. Carbenoid cyclization of 24, followed by partial hydrogenation of the resultant bicyclic keto alkyne 25, provided the keto alkene 26.

23 Not unexpectedly, the latter substance, upon thermolysis in benzene, was transformed smoothly and efficiently into the tricyclic Cope product 59. Cleavage of the enol silyl ether function in 59 provided the ketone 60, which was converted via a fairly standard sequence of reactions into the keto aldehyde 48. 22 Thus, eventually, a formal total synthesis of (±)-quadrone was achieved via a route in which a Cope rearrangement of a "divinylcyclopropane" system played a key role. However, it should be noted that, due to the lack of success in the originally planned route and the consequent necessity to use a modified approach, the sequence that was finally used was quite lengthy.

Am. Chern. ; Krief, A. J. Org. , 1973, J. Am. Chern. , 1983, lOS, 5075. F. Angew. Chern. Int. Ed. Accounts Chern. , 1978, 11, 453; Chern. , 1978, Org. Syn. ColI. Vol. 4, 1963, 940. 23 15. For early investigations of viny1cyc1opropano1 with e1ectrophi1es. see Wasserman. ; Hearn. ; Cochoy. E. J. Org. • 1980. 45. 2874. 16. Trost. ; Mao. K-T J. Am. Chem. • 1983. 105. 6753; Trost. ; Mao. K-T; Ba1kovic. ; Buh1mayer. P. J. Am. Chem. • 1986, lOB, 4965. 17. Trost. ; Brandi, A. 18. Trost. ; Bogdanowicz. J.

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