5.21 Consecutive sigmatropic rearrangements
Complex natural products are a great source to foster creativity and innovation in organic chemistry. Although efficient and reliable methods to construct C-C, C-N, and C-O bonds have been developed, the rapid assembly of architecturally complex molecules still remains a formidable challenge. Over the last two decades, the sigmatropic rearrangements have benefited from thorough mechanistic study. In addition, the use of sigmatropic rearrangements in domino processes along with their...[Show more]
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