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Optically active β-ketosulfoxides in asymmetric synthesis

  • G. Solladié

Abstract

During the 1980s, organic sulfur compounds have become increasingly useful and important in organic synthesis. Sulfur, incorporated into an organic molecule, stabilizes a negative charge on an adjacent carbon atom, a property which has been especially important in the development of new ways to form carbon—carbon bonds. With respect to sulfides and sulfones, the sulfoxide group is of special interest because of its chirality and the presence of three different kinds of substituent, from a steric and stereoelectronic point of view: the lone pair of electrons, the oxygen atom and two aryl or alkyl groups give a special efficiency to sulfoxides in asymmetric synthesis.

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Asymmetric Synthesis Grignard Reagent Raney Nickel MTPA Ester Sulfoxide Group 
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