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Oxidation by Oxochromium(VI) Compounds

  • Fillmore Freeman

Abstract

Oxochromium(VI) reagents are some of the most extensively used oxidants for introducing oxygen into organic molecules.1–16 These versatile, sometimes selective, and synthetically useful oxidants react with almost all types of oxidizable groups. This chapter will discuss mechanisms, scope and limitations, and experimental procedures for chromic acid (1), chromyl acetate (2), 17–19 chromyl chloride (3), 13, 15, 20–22 tert-butyl chromate (4), 23, 24 chromium trioxide-pyridine complex (Sarett reagent, 5), 23, 25–28 dipyridine chromium(VI) oxide (Collins reagent, 6), 29–31 pyridinium chlorochromate (PCC, 7), 32 pyridinium dichromate (PDC, 8), 33–35 2, 2′-bipyridinium chlorochromate (BiPy · HCrO3Cl, 9), 36, 37 tetraalkylammonium chromates, 38 supported chromium(VI) oxidants, 39–41 and other chromium(VI) oxidants. A short background review, which describes in general terms the characteristics of some of the more commenly used oxochromium(VI) oxidants, is given below.

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Carbonyl Compound Secondary Alcohol Chromic Acid Benzyl Ether Chromium Trioxide 
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