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The five-membered carbocyclic framework is a prevailing structural motif found in natural products and bioactive compounds. Over the years, the Nazarov reaction has been continuously refined as a versatile protocol to access cyclopentanoid products. In this dissertation, several projects built...
This dissertation expands the scope and understanding of the Nazarov electrocyclization and interception of the reactive cyclopentenyl cation intermediate that is formed though a 4π electrocyclization of a pentadienyl cation. An intermolecular process for interrupting the Nazarov is discussed....
Five-membered carbocycles are highly prevalent motifs in natural products and pharmaceutical drugs. Finding routes towards these moieties has been an attractive area of pursuit in synthetic organic chemistry. The Nazarov reaction is one that has been widely used to access cyclopentenone...