Electrophilic cyclization of (E, E)-2-farnesylthiophene
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The electrophilic cyclization of (E, E)-2-farnesylthiophene has been studied for the first time, and it has been shown that the allylic thienyl group acts as a specific terminator which leads to the formation of a tetra cyclic molecule with a cis-hydrindane fragment.
KeywordsThienyl Cyclic Molecule Electrophilic Cyclization Thienyl Group
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