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Synthesis Of (±)-lavandulol And Its Related Homoallylic Alcohol Via Allyl Transfer From Sulphur To Tin

Y. Ueno, S. Aoki, M. Okawara
Published 1980 · Chemistry

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(±)-Lavandulol and related homoallylic alcohols were prepared by the stannolysis of allylic sulphones and the subsequent hydroxymethylation of the resulting allylic stannanes with trioxan–BF3·OEt2.



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