Reversible aqueous metathesis reactions for potential application in dynamic combinatorial chemistry

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Solutions of allyl sulfide heterocycles and simple alkenes in 50% t-BuOH/H2O undergo reversible olefin metathesis reactions with the second generation Hoveyda-Grubbs catalyst. The choice of functional groups is limited by competitive chelation of some heterocycles with the catalyst, and other stereoelectronic effects.
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Hunter, Luke
Condie, Glenn
Harding, Margaret
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2010
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UNSW Faculty