Protection of C-H Bonds

  • D. R. M. Walton


Terminal acetylenes, RC≡CH, frequently require protection in organometallic syntheses, various aspects of the problem being closely associated with the relatively high acidity of the ethynyl hydrogen atom in the carbon acid scale. Although many of the individual reactions outlined below have been known for some years, their successful combination as a basis for protection is a fairly recent development in acetylene chemistry.


Oxidative Coupling Terminal Acetylene Raney Nickel Tetrahydropyranyl Ether Resorcylic Acid 
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  • D. R. M. Walton
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  1. 1.The School of Molecular SciencesUniversity of SussexBrightonEngland

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