The s-cis and s-trans π complexes of B-bromocatecholborane and (E)-2-butenal

Charles Anderson, Michael McGinnis, Kurt Vagle, Anna Edwards, Nancy Engle, Rachel Sick, George Kabalka, Richard M. Pagni

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Abstract

(E)-2-Butenal reacts with B-bromocatecholborane in CD2Cl 2 at -78°C to form two species in a 1:1 ratio which does not vary between -20°C and -100°C; IR and NMR experiments ( 1H-1H COSY and 1H-13C HETCOR and 1H-1H ROESY [CAMELSPIN]) demonstrate that the two species are π complexes in which the aldehyde exists in s-cis and s-trans conformations which interconvent slowly (1H-1H EXSY NMR).

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)726-727
Number of pages2
JournalJournal of Chemical Research - Part S
Issue number11
StatePublished - Nov 1 2003

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Anderson, C., McGinnis, M., Vagle, K., Edwards, A., Engle, N., Sick, R., ... Pagni, R. M. (2003). The s-cis and s-trans π complexes of B-bromocatecholborane and (E)-2-butenal. Journal of Chemical Research - Part S, (11), 726-727.

The s-cis and s-trans π complexes of B-bromocatecholborane and (E)-2-butenal. / Anderson, Charles; McGinnis, Michael; Vagle, Kurt; Edwards, Anna; Engle, Nancy; Sick, Rachel; Kabalka, George; Pagni, Richard M.

In: Journal of Chemical Research - Part S, No. 11, 01.11.2003, p. 726-727.

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Anderson, C, McGinnis, M, Vagle, K, Edwards, A, Engle, N, Sick, R, Kabalka, G & Pagni, RM 2003, 'The s-cis and s-trans π complexes of B-bromocatecholborane and (E)-2-butenal', Journal of Chemical Research - Part S, no. 11, pp. 726-727.
Anderson C, McGinnis M, Vagle K, Edwards A, Engle N, Sick R et al. The s-cis and s-trans π complexes of B-bromocatecholborane and (E)-2-butenal. Journal of Chemical Research - Part S. 2003 Nov 1;(11):726-727.
Anderson, Charles ; McGinnis, Michael ; Vagle, Kurt ; Edwards, Anna ; Engle, Nancy ; Sick, Rachel ; Kabalka, George ; Pagni, Richard M. / The s-cis and s-trans π complexes of B-bromocatecholborane and (E)-2-butenal. In: Journal of Chemical Research - Part S. 2003 ; No. 11. pp. 726-727.
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