Inherently Chiral Resorcin[4]arenes: A New Concept for Improving the Functionality

Wiegmann S, Mattay J (2011)
Organic Letters 13(12): 3226-3228.

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A new reactive postion at the upper rim of inherently chiral resorcin[4]arenes was introduced through cleavage of an up to now unreactive methoxy group through the demethylating reagent 9-I-9-BBN. Conservation of the inherent chirality was warranted through the use of a protecting group at the free phenol group.
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Wiegmann S, Mattay J. Inherently Chiral Resorcin[4]arenes: A New Concept for Improving the Functionality. Organic Letters. 2011;13(12):3226-3228.
Wiegmann, S., & Mattay, J. (2011). Inherently Chiral Resorcin[4]arenes: A New Concept for Improving the Functionality. Organic Letters, 13(12), 3226-3228.
Wiegmann, S., and Mattay, J. (2011). Inherently Chiral Resorcin[4]arenes: A New Concept for Improving the Functionality. Organic Letters 13, 3226-3228.
Wiegmann, S., & Mattay, J., 2011. Inherently Chiral Resorcin[4]arenes: A New Concept for Improving the Functionality. Organic Letters, 13(12), p 3226-3228.
S. Wiegmann and J. Mattay, “Inherently Chiral Resorcin[4]arenes: A New Concept for Improving the Functionality”, Organic Letters, vol. 13, 2011, pp. 3226-3228.
Wiegmann, S., Mattay, J.: Inherently Chiral Resorcin[4]arenes: A New Concept for Improving the Functionality. Organic Letters. 13, 3226-3228 (2011).
Wiegmann, Sebastian, and Mattay, Jochen. “Inherently Chiral Resorcin[4]arenes: A New Concept for Improving the Functionality”. Organic Letters 13.12 (2011): 3226-3228.
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