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Designed electrochemical hydrogenation of enones 1 with a PEM reactor.
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Electrochemical setup of the PEM reactor: a) Electrochemical reduction system with the PEM reactor....
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Reaction profile of the electrochemical hydrogenation of 1a with a PEM reactor using a) Pd/C and b)...
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Electrochemical hydrogenation of several enones 1 with a circulating PEM reactor using a Pd/C catho...
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Electrochemical hydrogenation of several enones 1 with a circulating PEM reactor using an Ir/C cath...
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Electroreduction of 1a with the circulating PEM reactor using H2O as a proton source.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2022, 18, 1055–1061, doi:10.3762/bjoc.18.107
Generation and reaction of cationic species generated by “indirect cation pool” methods.
(a) 1H NMR of N-acyliminium ion C1 in CD2Cl2 at −80 °C (600 MHz). (b) Preferred conformation of C1.
(a) 1H NMR spectrum of C3 in CD2Cl2 at −60 °C (400 MHz). (b) Preferred conformation of C3.
(a) 1H NMR spectrum of C5 in CD2Cl2 at −60 °C (400 MHz). (b) Preferred conformation of C5.
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Summary of the conformations of N-acyliminium ions C1–C6.
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Stevens’ hypothesis on the tendency of the addition of nucleophiles to N-acyliminium ions. The subs...
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A plausible mechanism of the observed diastereoselective reaction of the N-acyliminium ions.
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Comparison of ΔG for the pseudo-equatorial and pseudo-axial conformations of C1–C6 at the B3LYP/6-3...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2018, 14, 1192–1202, doi:10.3762/bjoc.14.100
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