Organocatalyzed Synthesis of [3.2.1] Bicyclooctanes
AbstractOrganocatalysis constitutes one of the main research areas in organic chemistry from the last two decades. This chemistry has been applied to the synthesis of many natural products and structures in a manner that reduces the residues and so the ecological impact. In this review, we consider the work that has been done for the synthesis of bicyclo[3.2.1]octane framework. This structure is present in many natural products with very important biological activities. View Full-Text
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Tobal, I.E.; Roncero, A.M.; Garrido, N.M.; Marcos, I.S.; Díez, D. Organocatalyzed Synthesis of [3.2.1] Bicyclooctanes. Molecules 2018, 23, 1039.
Tobal IE, Roncero AM, Garrido NM, Marcos IS, Díez D. Organocatalyzed Synthesis of [3.2.1] Bicyclooctanes. Molecules. 2018; 23(5):1039.Chicago/Turabian Style
Tobal, Ignacio E.; Roncero, Alejandro M.; Garrido, Narciso M.; Marcos, Isidro S.; Díez, David. 2018. "Organocatalyzed Synthesis of [3.2.1] Bicyclooctanes." Molecules 23, no. 5: 1039.
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