Stereochemical and Skeletal Diversity Arising from Amino Propargylic Alcohols
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CitationPizzirani, Daniela, Taner Kaya, Paul A. Clemons, and Stuart L. Schreiber. 2010. Stereochemical and Skeletal Diversity Arising from Amino Propargylic Alcohols. Organic Letters 12(12): 2822-2825.
AbstractAn efficient synthetic pathway to the possible stereoisomers of skeletally diverse heterocyclic small molecules is presented. The change in shape brought about by different intramolecular cyclizations of diastereoisomeric amino propargylic alcohols is quantified using principal moment-of-inertia (PMI) shape analysis.
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