2 article(s) from Kunz, Oliver
RCM/base-induced ring-opening sequence.
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Structures and numbering scheme for stagonolide E and curvulide A.
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Synthetic plan for stagonolide E.
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Synthesis of RCM/ring opening precursor 14.
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Synthesis of a substrate 19 for “late stage” resolution.
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Synthesis of substrate 21 for “early stage” resolution.
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Synthesis of macrolactonization precursor 29.
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Synthesis of (2Z,4E)-9-hydroxy-2,4-dienoic acid (33) and its macrolactonization.
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Synthesis of published structure of fusanolide A (36).
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Completion of stagonolide E synthesis.
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Transition-state models for the Sharpless epoxidation of stagonolide E with L-(+)-DET (left) and D-...
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Synthesis of 39b (curvulide A) from stagonolide E.
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MM2 energy-minimized structures of 39a and 39b.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2013, 9, 2544–2555, doi:10.3762/bjoc.9.289
Ru-based metathesis catalysts.
RCM of an allyl ether catalyzed by catalyst H.
Solvent screening for the RCM of 1 catalyzed by H (standardized conditions as denoted in Scheme 1).
Comparison of catalysts D, E and H in toluene and acetic acid (standardized conditions as denoted i...
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Conversion vs catalyst loading for the RCM of 1 in acetic acid (standardized conditions as denoted ...
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Catalyst screening for RCM of acrylate 3a.
Acrylates 3 and their RCM products 4.
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Ring closing enyne metathesis reactions.
Cross metathesis reactions with allylic alcohol 8.
Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2010, 6, 1188–1198, doi:10.3762/bjoc.6.136
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