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== Name ==
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Tetrahydrofuran
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== Use ==
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Heterocyclic compound implicated in organic synthesis of unnatural amino acids, and most importantly as a miscible (anhydrous)  
Heterocyclic compound implicated in organic synthesis of unnatural amino acids, and most importantly as a miscible (anhydrous)  
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reagent to synthetize N-substituted phenoxyalkylamines (ligands) using orthogonal (multi-step) catalysis of arynes protected C=C ions in liquid phase PTC/Ion  
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reagent to synthetize N-substituted phenoxyalkylamines (ligands) using orthogonal (multi-step) catalysis of dicarboxilic protected C=C ions (amines)
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chromatography. See also [[HPLC]].
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in liquid phase PTC/Ion chromatography.  
== Related  chemicals ==
== Related  chemicals ==
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* Benzylamines (Arynes)
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* Benzylamine
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* Isopropanol
== References ==
== References ==
1. Kim J., Recent Advances in Asymmetric Phase-Transfer-Catalysis, 2011 http://stoltz.caltech.edu/seminars/2011_Kim.pdf p. [1-25]
1. Kim J., Recent Advances in Asymmetric Phase-Transfer-Catalysis, 2011 http://stoltz.caltech.edu/seminars/2011_Kim.pdf p. [1-25]
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== See also ==
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* Michael reaction
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* Pictet-Spengler reaction
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[[Category:Chemical]]

Revision as of 11:07, 14 January 2013

Contents

Name

Tetrahydrofuran

Use

Heterocyclic compound implicated in organic synthesis of unnatural amino acids, and most importantly as a miscible (anhydrous) reagent to synthetize N-substituted phenoxyalkylamines (ligands) using orthogonal (multi-step) catalysis of dicarboxilic protected C=C ions (amines) in liquid phase PTC/Ion chromatography.

Related chemicals

  • Benzylamine
  • Isopropanol

References

1. Kim J., Recent Advances in Asymmetric Phase-Transfer-Catalysis, 2011 http://stoltz.caltech.edu/seminars/2011_Kim.pdf p. [1-25]

See also

  • Michael reaction
  • Pictet-Spengler reaction
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