A highly efficient methodology of asymmetric epoxidation based on a novel chiral sulfur ylide

Chemical Communications : Chem Comm
Francisco SarabiaFrancisca Martín-Gálvez


A new type of chiral sulfur ylides has been synthesized and their reactivities against carbonyl compounds tested, showing a high degree of stereoselectivity in the formation of trans epoxy amides under very mild reaction conditions.


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