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Vol. 2, No. 8
New Nitrogen-Containing Heterocycles


Introduction / 5-Membered Heterocyclic Rings / 6-Membered Heterocyclic Rings
Mitsunaobu Reagents / Polymer-Supported Reagents / JandaJels™ / Functionalized Silica Gels

Mitsunaobu Reagents

One of the most powerful and widely used carbon-carbon bond forming reactions in organic synthesis is the Mitsunobu reaction. The Mitsunobu reaction also can be applied to the preparation of other moieties, such as N-alkylamides or imides.


56,311-0  NEW

DIETHYL AZODICARBOXYLATE, 40 wt.% solution in toluene, (DEAD solution)

The most common reagent used in Mitsunobu reactions, now available once again as a stable toluene solution.

50g; 250g


Other Azodicarboxylates used for the Mitsunobu reaction:

13,599-2

DI-TERT-BUTYL AZODICARBOXYLATE, 98%, (DBAD)

5g


22,554-1

DIISOPROPYL AZODICARBOXYLATE, 95% (DIAD)

5g; 100g


25,592-0

1,1'-(AZODICARBONYL)DIPIPERIDINE, 99%

1g; 5g; 25g