Isolable Analogues of the Breslow Intermediate Derived from Chiral Triazolylidene Carbenes

DiRocco, Daniel A.; Oberg, Kevin M.; Rovis, Tomislav;
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1021/ja302031v.s003, doi: 10.1021/ja302031v.s002
  • Subject: thiamine mode | acyl carbanion | azolylidene catalysis | homoenolate processes | Isolable Analogues | Ecology | triazolylidene carbenes | nitrogen analogues | acyl carbanion processes | Biochemistry | Breslow Intermediate Derived | model system | Science Policy
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Since Breslow’s initial report on the thiamine mode of action, the study of catalytic acyl carbanion processes has been an area of immense interest. With the advent of azolylidene catalysis, a plethora of reactivtiy has been harnessed, but the crucial nucleo... View more
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