Mild Conditions for the Removal of Acid-Labile Protective Groups

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Mild Conditions for the Removal of Acid-Labile Protective Groups

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Title: Mild Conditions for the Removal of Acid-Labile Protective Groups
Author: Fundy, Marry Ann M.; Myers, Andrew; Lindstrom, Peter A. Jr

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Citation: Myers, Andrew G., Marry Ann M. Fundy, and Peter A. Lindstrom, Jr. 1988. Mild conditions for the removal of acid-labile protective groups. Tetrahedron Letters 29(44): 5609-5612.
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Abstract: Hydrogen peroxide-trichloroacetic acid is an effective reagent combination for the mild cleavage of acid-labile protective groups.
Published Version: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0040-4039(00)80825-4
Other Sources: http://www.chem.harvard.edu/groups/myers/pdf_publications/tetlet_1988_29_5609.pdf
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