All the aldol
products have been studied for their antibacterial activity against E-coli, Table 2.
Huckin SN, Weiler L (1971) Aldol
reactions of the dianion of [beta]-keto esters.
On the contrary, CD has been reported to be applicable in many other processes such as hydrogenation, alkylation, oligomerization of olefins, aldol
condensation, esterification, hydration of olefins, dehydration of alcohols, amination and desulfurization.
Among the reactions are Aldol
condensation, the Dakin reaction, the Knoevengagel condensation, the Prins reaction, and the Wittig reaction.
They cover important natural products and pharmaceuticals, aldol
reactions, Michael reactions and conjugate additions, rearrangement reactions, cycloaddition reactions, asymmetric cross-coupling and Mizoroki-Heck reactions.
This trimer of the aldol
self-condensation of acetone has not received much attention because it is neither commercially available nor is there a published method for its direct preparation.
Collins employs the same bent metallocene complexes active in olefin polymerization as precursors to Lewis acid catalysts for mediating carbon-carbon bond forming reactions such as Diels-Alder and Mukaiyama Aldol
couplings with impressive selectivity.
Among the topics are the hydrochlorination of acetylene catalyzed by gold, gold-alkyne complexes, gold-catalyzed aldol
and related reactions, gold-catalyzed oxygen-atom transfer to alkynes, and applications of gold-catalyzed reactions to natural product synthesis.
Chapter topics include alkylation and allylation adjacent to a carbonyl group, asymmetric alkylation or aminatin of allylic esters, Suzuki, Beck and Sonogashira coupling reactions, cross-coupling reactions, regioselective or asymmetric 1,2-addition to aldehydes, olefin metathesis reactions, cyclization reactions, asymmetric aldol
and Michael reactions, and steroeselective hydroformylation, carbonylation and carboxylation reactions.
Triacetone alcohol and semiphorone undergo retrograde aldol
reaction catalyzed by carbonaceous residues adhering to the surface of the injector port of the gas chromatograph during GC-MS analysis.
Ian Paterson described the synthesis of complex acyclic and macrocyclic polypropionate derived-natural products based on optimized strategies for stereoselective formation of syn-syn and anti-syn aldol
adducts using tin and boron enolates.
Logically organized by reaction type, the sections focus on [3,3]-sigmatropic rearrangements, aldol
reactions, metal allylation reactions, stereoselective reductions, and other reactions.