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Accessing the antipodal series in microbial arene oxidation: a novel diene rearrangement induced by tricarbonyliron(0) complexation


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Ali Khan, M., Lowe, J. P., Johnson, A. L., Stewart, A. J. W. and Lewis, S. E., 2011. Accessing the antipodal series in microbial arene oxidation: a novel diene rearrangement induced by tricarbonyliron(0) complexation. Chemical Communications, 47 (1), pp. 215-217.

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      http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c0cc01169j

      Abstract

      A cyclohexadiene ligand prepared by microbial arene 1,2-dihydroxylation undergoes spontaneous rearrangement upon complexation to tricarbonyliron(0). Subsequent iron removal affords a novel route to formal arene 2,3-dihydroxylation products enantiomeric to those obtainable by direct microbial arene oxidation.

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      Item Type Articles
      CreatorsAli Khan, M., Lowe, J. P., Johnson, A. L., Stewart, A. J. W. and Lewis, S. E.
      DOI10.1039/c0cc01169j
      DepartmentsFaculty of Science > Chemistry
      RefereedYes
      StatusPublished
      ID Code22224

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