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Favorskii Rearrangement Of 23-oxo-3-epi-smilagenin Acetate Induced By Iodosobenzene

M. A. Iglesias-Arteaga, Gustavo A. Velázquez-Huerta
Published 2005 · Chemistry

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Abstract Treatment of (25R)-3α-acetoxy-5β-spirostan-23-one with diacetoxyiodobenzene in KOH/MeOH led to F-ring contraction via Favorskii rearrangement.
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