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1980,21,2491. A. J. Biloski, R. P. Heggs, and B. 810. " This epoxide mixture is the source of quinone epoxide (103) (100%) by a retro-Diels-Alder reaction that takes place in a sealed tube at 160-180°C. Partial reduction of (102) with NaBH, before it is heated in a sealed tube leads to a mixture of cyclohexenones (104) ( 100OO/ ). " This system forms the basis of a new generalized method that is capable of giving high yields of epoxides from either (E)- or (2)-cinnamic acids with retention of configuration.
Karle, J. Am. Chem. ,1980,102,7498. C. H. Charles, R. J. Baker, L. M. Trefonas, and G. W. Griffin, J. Chem. ,Chem. , 1980,1075. H. Ueda, C. Katayarna, and J. Tanaka, Bull. Chem. Soc. , 1980,53, 1263. V. F. Kalasinky and S. Pechsiri, J. , 1980,9, 120. A. B. Nease and C. J. Wurrey, J. , 1980,9, 107. M. Ceroni and U. , 1979, 3703. '12This method may prove useful for the determination of molecular weights of epoxides. -Ring-opening Reactions. e. (124; R = CD3), which indicates a mechanism proceeding via the dicyclopropylcarbinylintermediate (123; R = CH, or CD,).
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a review of the literature abstracted between July 1980 and June 1981 by H Suschitzky; O Meth-Cohn; Great Britain. The Royal Society of Chemistry