Protonation of acyl anion equivalents generated from acylphosphonates: nonhydride access to the aldehyde oxidation state from the carboxylic acid oxidation state

2007-01-01
Demir, Ayhan Sıtkı
Reis, Omer
Esiringu, Ilker
Reis, Barbaros
Baris, Sehriban
Acylphosphonates, which are easily available from carboxylic acids, are potent acyl anion precursors and undergo cyanide ion promoted phosphonate-phosphate rearrangement to provide the corresponding acyl anion equivalents as reactive intermediates. The protonation of these acyl anion equivalents furnished cyanohydrin O-phosphates in good yields. For the high yield formation of cyanohydrin O-phosphates from arylphosphonates THF should be used and from alkylphosphonates DME was used.
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A. S. Demir, O. Reis, I. Esiringu, B. Reis, and S. Baris, “Protonation of acyl anion equivalents generated from acylphosphonates: nonhydride access to the aldehyde oxidation state from the carboxylic acid oxidation state,” TETRAHEDRON, vol. 63, no. 1, pp. 160–165, 2007, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/57572.