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Chem 206 D. A. Evans The Aldol Reaction–2
The Aldol Reaction: Group I and Group II Enolates. (E) & (Z) Enolates: Felkin Selectivity.
1 The Selective Aldol Reaction
Mukaiyama, T. "The Directed Aldol Reaction," in Organic Reactions, New York, . (E)-enolate.
gcw.Enolate Seminar 3.12.8pm
(E) versus (Z) selectivity. • Enolate formation regioselectivity. • O vs.
Carbonyl chemistry 1. General properties a) Order of thermodynamic
R. Mahrwald (Ed.) Modern Aldol Reactions Vol. 1: Enolates
Apr 5, 2010 Stereoselective Formation of (E) or (Z) Boron Enolates. 131. 3.

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Aldol reaction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The aldol reaction is a powerful means of forming carbon–carbon bonds in The electrophilic partner is usually an aldehyde or ketone (many variations, . E- enolates give rise to anti products, whereas Z-enolates give rise to syn products.
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Enolate-like species may be used for aldol-like reactions with carbonyl enolate stereoisomer (configuration E), but acyclic ketones may give E or Z-enolates.
Chem 206 D. A. Evans The Aldol Reaction–2
The Aldol Reaction: Group I and Group II Enolates. (E) & (Z) Enolates: Felkin Selectivity.

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