Re: ORGLIST:N-PROTECTION REAGENT

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From: chemelf$##$gmx.net
Date: Thu Oct 10 2002 - 10:56:04 EDT


Look on book "Protective groups in organic synthesis" (TW Greene and
PGM Wuts). There is a lot of examples those are stable to
organoaluminium and magnesium compounds. Everything depends on your
preference and budget :)

Ilfir
http://chemelf.tripod.com

Thursday, October 10, 2002, 12:41:31 PM, you wrote:

J> Dear collegues,
J> Does anyone know about the different
J> types of N protection reagents,their
J> efficacies,limitations,easeofseparation,inertness,etc,
J> to certain reagents particularly Grignard reagents
J> (RMgX), where the Nitrogen needs protection.(The
J> grignard reagent should not react with it). Is there
J> any such ideal reagent? Please let me know and if
J> possible a Journal reference where its use is cited.
J> I will appreciate all assistance.Thanks,
J> jaininder2002$##$yahoo.com

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