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Some generalizations relative to lithium aluminum hydride reactions

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Unter den gewöhnlichen Reaktionsbedingungen bleiben-O-{ie356-1}-O- und -S-{ie356-2}-O-Gruppen durch LiAlH4 unverändert, während -{ie356-3}-{ie356-4}-O- und möglicherweise auch-{ie356-5}-{ie356-6}-S-Gruppen an der C-O- bzw. C-S-Bindung gespalten werden. Diese Verallgemeinerungen, die sich auf aliphatische und aromatische Verbindungen, Zucker und Steroide, anwenden lassen, werden zur Bestätigung kürzlich aufgestellter Steroid- und Alkaloidformeln herangezogen. Es wird ein Reaktionsmechanismus vorgeschlagen.

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Gaylord, N.G. Some generalizations relative to lithium aluminum hydride reactions. Experientia 10, 351–356 (1954). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02160852

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