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Dieckmann Condensation

Dieckmann Condensation

Mechanism of the Dieckmann Condensation

Reference

Original reference Ber. Dtsch. Chem. Ges. 1894, 27, 102.
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Sample reactions

This reaction is from the synthesis of Strychnine by Robert B. Woodward. Show me the full synthesis.

Reactant structure
NaOMe
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MeOH
Reflux, 20 min
88 %
Product structure

This reaction is from the synthesis of Taxol by Robert A. Holton. Show me the full synthesis.

Reactant structure
i-Pr2NLi
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THF
-78 °C, 40 min
84 %
Product structure

This reaction is from the synthesis of Taxol by Isao Kuwajima. Show me the full synthesis.

Reactant structure
KOt-Bu
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Et2O
0 °C, 3 h
Product structure

This reaction is from the synthesis of Fredericamycin A by Dale L. Boger. Show me the full synthesis.

Reactant structure + Reactant structure
i-Pr2NLi
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THF
-78 °C to RT, 3 h
64-85 %
Product structure

This reaction is from the synthesis of Gymnomitrol by Steven C. Welch. Show me the full synthesis.

Reactant structure
TMS2NLi, TBSCl
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THF, Hexane(s), HMPA
Reflux, 2.5 h
Product structure

This reaction is from the synthesis of Suaveoline by James M. Cook. Show me the full synthesis.

Reactant structure
NaH
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PhMe, MeOH
Reflux
Product structure

This reaction is from the synthesis of Fuchsiaefoline by James M. Cook. Show me the full synthesis.

Reactant structure
NaOMe
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PhMe
Reflux
33 %
Product structure
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