European Journal of Organic Chemistry

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ISSN / EISSN : 1434-193X / 1099-0690
Current Publisher: Wiley (10.1002)
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Xi-Chao Wang, Hao-Ran Wang, Xiufang Xu,
European Journal of Organic Chemistry; doi:10.1002/ejoc.202100535

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Shan Yang, Chenyang Dai, Yujie Chen, Yaqiqi Jiang, Sai Shu, Zhibin Huang, Yingsheng Zhao
European Journal of Organic Chemistry; doi:10.1002/ejoc.202100432

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Christopher J. Collett, Claire. M. Young, Richard. S. Massey, Annmarie C. O’Donoghue, Andrew David Smith
European Journal of Organic Chemistry; doi:10.1002/ejoc.202100384

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Ryotaro Yagita, Kazuhiro Irie,
European Journal of Organic Chemistry; doi:10.1002/ejoc.202100510

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Dan Louvel, Thomas De Dios Miguel, Nam Duc Vu,
European Journal of Organic Chemistry; doi:10.1002/ejoc.202100343

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Asma Hrizi, Emilie Thiery, Moufida Romdhani-Younes, Johan Jacquemin,
European Journal of Organic Chemistry; doi:10.1002/ejoc.202100471

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, Dmytro Volyniuk, Roman Luboradzki, Algirdas Lazauskas, Juozas Vidas Grazulevicius
European Journal of Organic Chemistry; doi:10.1002/ejoc.202100239

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Michel Chiarucci, Dr. Andrea Mazzanti, Dr. Paolo Righi, Dr. Giorgio Bencivenni,
European Journal of Organic Chemistry; doi:10.1002/ejoc.202100532

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The Cover Feature shows a part of the new buildings at the University of Bologna, dedicated to the Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Departments (“Navile” site), with people interacting in the balconies and trapeze artists in equilibrium. The external design of the site has been the result of balancing laboratories space and architectonic requirements. Analogously, the interactions between two stacked arenes, and the resulting preference for syn and anti‐conformations is due to the weighted sum of several factors. The importance of dispersive and electrostatic factors has been analyzed by NMR, circular dichroism and DFT calculations. More information can be found in the Full Paper by M. Mancinelli et al.
Thomas Mies, Calum Patel, Dr. Philip J. Parsons,
European Journal of Organic Chemistry, Volume 2021, pp 2540-2548; doi:10.1002/ejoc.202100301

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Zlata Boiarska, Tommaso Braga, Alessandra Silvani,
European Journal of Organic Chemistry; doi:10.1002/ejoc.202100258

Abstract:
Asymmetric allylation represents an important reaction applied in the natural product synthesis. The stereoselective introduction of an allyl group allows to obtain versatile chiral building blocks, which may further undergo various transformations due to the presence of the carbon‐carbon double bond. In this review, we address the Brown allylation, which involves the conversion of aldehydes into homoallylic alcohols using B‐allyldiisopinocampheylborane as a chiral reagent. We provide a comprehensive overview of the reaction and highlight its application in the synthesis of natural products, while assessing its performance in comparison to other approaches. The total of 17 syntheses have been described, including the synthesis of biologically active macrolides Disciformycin B, Biselyngbyolide B, Peloruside A and Gliomasolide A, bis‐piperidine alkaloid (–)‐Anaferine and Dysoxylactam A.
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