1 article(s) from Jones, Alan M
Application of anodic oxidation to the generation of new carbon-carbon bonds .
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The influence of the amino protecting group on the “kinetic” and “thermodynamic” anodic methoxylati...
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Example of the application of the cation pool method .
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A thiophenyl electroauxiliary allows for regioselective anodic oxidation .
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A diastereoselective cation carbohydroxylation reaction and postulated intermediate 18 .
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A radical addition and electron transfer reaction of N-acyliminium ions generated electrosynthetica...
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Catalytic indirect anodic fluorodesulfurization reaction .
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Schematic of a cation flow system and also shown is the electrochemical microflow reactor reported ...
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Example of a parallel laminar flow set-up. Figure redrawn from reference .
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A catch and release cation pool method .
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Micromixing effects on yield 92% vs 36% and ratio of alkylation products .
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Schematic illustration of the anodic substitution reaction system using acoustic emulsification. Fi...
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Electrooxidation to prepare a chiral oxidation mediator and application to the kinetic resolution o...
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Electrooxidation reactions on 4-membered ring systems .
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Example of a chiral auxiliary Shono-oxidation intermediate .
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An electrochemical multicomponent reaction where a carbon felt anode and platinum cathode were util...
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Preparation of dienes using the Shono oxidation .
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Combination of an electroauxiliary mediated anodic oxidation and RCM to afford spirocyclic compound...
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Total synthesis of (+)-myrtine (66) using an electrochemical approach .
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Total synthesis of (−)-A58365A (70) and (±)-A58365B (71) .
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Anodic oxidation used in the preparation of the poison frog alkaloid 195C .
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Preparation of iminosugars using an electrochemical approach .
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The electrosynthetic preparation of α-L-fucosidase inhibitors [84,85].
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Enantioselective synthesis of the anaesthetic ropivacaine 85 .
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The preparation of synthetically challenging aza-nucleosides employing an electrochemical step .
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Synthesis of a bridged tricyclic diproline analogue 93 that induces α-helix conformation into linea...
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Synthesis of (i) a peptidomimetic and (ii) a functionalised peptide from silyl electroauxiliary pre...
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Examples of Phe7–Phe8 mimics prepared using an electrochemical approach .
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Preparation of arginine mimics employing an electrooxidation step .
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Preparation of chiral cyclic amino acids .
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Two-step preparation of Nazlinine 117 using Shono flow electrochemistry .
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2014, 10, 3056–3072, doi:10.3762/bjoc.10.323
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