Oxidative dehomologation of aldehydes with oxygen as a terminal oxidant
journal contributionposted on 08.12.2017 by Sergei A. Shipilovskikh, Aleksandr E. Rubtsov, Andrei Malkov
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A mild, efficient protocol for oxidative cleavage of C-C bond in aldehydes has been developed that employs alkali metal hydrides as reagents and oxygen from air as a terminal oxidant. The method is applicable to a broad substrate range.
The authors thank Russian Science Foundation for grant 15-13-00092.