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Chem. Soc, Chem. P. Curran and H. Liu, J. Org. , 56, 3463. 4-ll Y. , / . Chem. Soc, Perkin Trans. 1, 2598. » y / ^*0 ♦ R'CHO SnC '* TBAB. b. I. G. , / . Organomet. , 402, C56. l-2 S. , / . Org. , 56, 2875 and Bull. Chem. Soc. , 64, 2739; H. , Synth. , 21, 1743; CM. S. , 32, 2165. A. , /. Org. , 56, 5750; see also: S. , Chem. , 1735. l-4 S. , 32, 2807. RCH2CN + CH2=CHCOX cat ^ - X = OMe, Me RCH-CH2CH2COX CN 21-92% cat. l-5 G. F. , 32, 7659. R2 R y R ^ NO 2 + R 2 ^ y C ° 2 R 4 Aliquat 336^ * V / k ^ C O .

Chem. Soc, Chem. R. Roush / . Org. , 56, 4151; G. R. , 32, 5239. la-14 EJ. , 32, 5287 and 2857. OBR2* H R2HN o Y^S l Bu + Κ^Η=ΝΚ2 " 7 8 ° C - i/Iv^/ Me *,» . I. Georg and E. , 32, 5521; K. , 32, 2395. la-16 C. , J. Org. , 56, 5820; I. , 32, 1749. la-17 S. , / . Org. , 56, 2276; H. , Synletu 439. la-18 W. , 32, 61; see also: T. Seethaler and G. Simchen, Liebigs Ann. A. O. Cameron, / . Org. , 56, 2617; CM. A. Whiting, / . Chem. Soc, Perkin Trans. 1,1901 and 1907. J^ 1) TBDMSOTf, TEA Χ Ν * χ / \ ^ * 2) RCHO, LA *~ || £ -78° to -40°C O OH Me N ■y S 02 -v XN* .

4-ll Y. , / . Chem. Soc, Perkin Trans. 1, 2598. » y / ^*0 ♦ R'CHO SnC '* TBAB. b. I. G. , / . Organomet. , 402, C56. l-2 S. , / . Org. , 56, 2875 and Bull. Chem. Soc. , 64, 2739; H. , Synth. , 21, 1743; CM. S. , 32, 2165. A. , /. Org. , 56, 5750; see also: S. , Chem. , 1735. l-4 S. , 32, 2807. RCH2CN + CH2=CHCOX cat ^ - X = OMe, Me RCH-CH2CH2COX CN 21-92% cat. l-5 G. F. , 32, 7659. R2 R y R ^ NO 2 + R 2 ^ y C ° 2 R 4 Aliquat 336^ * V / k ^ C O .

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