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4.4.40.59 Method 59: Allylation of Aldehydes and Ketones

DOI: 10.1055/sos-SD-004-00909

Sarkar, T. K.Science of Synthesis, (20024905.

Homoallylic alcohols are available by the reactions of allylsilanes with aldehydes or ketones either by prior activation of the carbonyl functionality with a Lewis acid or by prior activation of allylsilane itself with a Lewis base. In some exceptional cases,[‌42‌,‌43‌] no external activation is required; for an illustrative example see Scheme 5. Use of chiral Lewis acids[‌280‌] or chiral Lewis bases[‌281‌,‌282‌] allows asymmetric synthesis of homoallylic alcohols.

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