Synthesis of primary, secondary, and tertiary alkoxy alcohols of the enyne series
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By reacting ethynylvinyl ethers with aldehydes, ketones and ethylene oxide, a method was developed for the synthesis of primary, secondary, and tertiary alkoxy enyne alcohols of diverse structure, the hydration of which leads to the formation of alkoxy ketols.
KeywordsOxide Alcohol Ether Hydration Aldehyde
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