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RCEYM with Ru and Mo catalysts.
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Beneficial effect of ethene atmosphere.
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Enantioselective dienyne metathesis .
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Diastereoselective endiyne metathesis .
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Oxaenediynes considered for the study of desymmetrizing RCEYM.
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Synthesis of hepta-1,6-diyn-4-ol (4a).
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Protection of hepta-1,6-diyn-4-ol (4a).
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Alkylation of the protected diynols 7a and 8a.
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Deprotection of protected diynols 7b, 7c and 8b–d.
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Synthesis of the oxaenediynes 2 and 9 bearing an allyl or a methallyl group.
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Synthesis of oxaenediynes 2e and 2f bearing ester or silyl groups.
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Synthesis of alkadiynyl acrylates 10 and methacrylates 11.
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The ruthenium precatalysts employed.
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RCEYM of oxaenediynes 2.
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Examples of side products of CM with ethene.
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Attempted RCEYM of oxaenediynes 9, alkadiynyl acrylates 10 and methacrylates 11.
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Diels–Alder reaction of dihydropyran 12b with N-phenylmaleimide (13).
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The four possible diastereoisomers of hexahydropyranoisoindole 14.
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Conformations of dihydropyran 12b.
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The two most stable s-trans (left) and s-cis (right) conformations of dihydropyran 12b.
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The two most stable transition states endo-trans 15B and exo-cis 15C (hydrogens are omitted for cla...
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PES of the Diels–Alder reaction of dihydropyran 12b and maleimide 13.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2020, 16, 2757–2768, doi:10.3762/bjoc.16.226
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