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1 HN DCC 2 H2SO4 Et2O . _-_-_-____----_Acid C15H31 C0P;INHPr-i i -Pr / JCS Perkin I (1972) 929 ( S t a b l e t o RMgX and LiAlH4) Tetr Lett (1972) 3031 Other r e a c t i o n s useful f o r t h e p r o t e c t i o n o f carboxylic a c i d s a r e included i n s e c t i o n 107 ( E s t e r s from Carboxylic Acids and Acid Halides) and s e c t i o n 23 (Carboxyl i c Acids from Esters) Compendium of Organic Synthetic Methods, Volume2 Edited by Ian T. Harrison, Shuyen Harrison Copyright 0 1974 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
2. 2loctane EtOH H20 2 pH 2 JOC (1973) Me 38 3224 OCHzCH=CH2 COMPENDIUM OF ORGANIC SYNTHETIC METHODS VOL 2 50 ROH NaH PhCH2Br CgHg SECTION 45A ROCH2Ph w 4 H2 EtOH Pd-C JACS (1971) 93 1746 +- Cleavage o f benzyl ethers with Ph3C BF3 JCS Perkin I (1972) 542 Further examples of the cleavage o f benzyl ethers a r e included in Section 39 (Alcohols and Phenols from Ethers and Epoxides) % PhCH20CH2 0 t-Bu ClSiMe2 imidazole * THF OH t - BuqN F THF o r HOAc H20 t-Bu (More stable than OSiMej. Et20 Picric acid Ion exch resin (Acid) S y n t h e s i s (1973) 169 S t e r o i d s (1964) 5 229 JCS P e r k i n I (1973) 720 JCS (1950) 3646 Synthesis (1972) 81 T e t r Lett (1972) 3333 J C S (1956) 4665 Cleavage o f tetrahydropyranyl e t h e r s with Ph& EFq Chem Corn (1971) 1109 ROH MeOCH2C1 ( 2 equiv) CHCl3 PhNEt2 ( 2 equiv) t ROCH20Me Acid V.
Tetrahydropyranyl e t h e r s , a c e t a l s a n d o r t h o e s t e r s . . page 48-49 .. .. .. 2. 2loctane EtOH H20 2 pH 2 JOC (1973) Me 38 3224 OCHzCH=CH2 COMPENDIUM OF ORGANIC SYNTHETIC METHODS VOL 2 50 ROH NaH PhCH2Br CgHg SECTION 45A ROCH2Ph w 4 H2 EtOH Pd-C JACS (1971) 93 1746 +- Cleavage o f benzyl ethers with Ph3C BF3 JCS Perkin I (1972) 542 Further examples of the cleavage o f benzyl ethers a r e included in Section 39 (Alcohols and Phenols from Ethers and Epoxides) % PhCH20CH2 0 t-Bu ClSiMe2 imidazole * THF OH t - BuqN F THF o r HOAc H20 t-Bu (More stable than OSiMej.