The tert-butyldimethylenolsilane derived from tert-butyl thioacetate is a useful reagent for highly stereoselective chelation-controlled additions to chiral α-alkoxy and α-methyl-β-alkoxy aldehydes where the corresponding acetate fails. The aldol product deriving from the TiCl4 mediated addition to α-methyl-β-alkoxy aldehyde 5 was elaborated In high yield to give the bicyclic β-lactam 11, an Intermediate for the preparation of 1β-methylthienamycin. Problems associated with the partial racemlzation of aldehyde 5 during the TiCl4 mediated condensations have not yet been completely resolved.

CHELATION CONTROLLED ALDOL ADDITIONS OF THE ENOLSILANE DERIVED FROM TERT-BUTYL THIOACETATE - A STEREOSELECTIVE APPROACH TO 1-BETA-METHYLTHIENAMYCIN / C.M.A. GENNARI, P. COZZI. - In: TETRAHEDRON. - ISSN 0040-4020. - 44:18(1988), pp. 5965-5974.

CHELATION CONTROLLED ALDOL ADDITIONS OF THE ENOLSILANE DERIVED FROM TERT-BUTYL THIOACETATE - A STEREOSELECTIVE APPROACH TO 1-BETA-METHYLTHIENAMYCIN

C.M.A. GENNARI
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1988

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The tert-butyldimethylenolsilane derived from tert-butyl thioacetate is a useful reagent for highly stereoselective chelation-controlled additions to chiral α-alkoxy and α-methyl-β-alkoxy aldehydes where the corresponding acetate fails. The aldol product deriving from the TiCl4 mediated addition to α-methyl-β-alkoxy aldehyde 5 was elaborated In high yield to give the bicyclic β-lactam 11, an Intermediate for the preparation of 1β-methylthienamycin. Problems associated with the partial racemlzation of aldehyde 5 during the TiCl4 mediated condensations have not yet been completely resolved.
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