Recent Advances in Homogeneous Aerobic Oxidation

Published on Aug 1, 1985in Journal of Synthetic Organic Chemistry Japan0.362
· DOI :10.5059/YUKIGOSEIKYOKAISHI.43.753
Masakatsu Matsumoto12
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(TDCC: Dow Chemical Company)
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This article reviews recent results on homogeneous aerobic oxidation explored after 1980. The review is ordered in five sections corresponding to the substrates as follows : (i) oxidation of alkenes comprising of epoxidation, carbonylation, cycloaddition of dioxygen, and allylic oxygenation, (ii) oxidation of arenes including oxygenation of aromatic nucleus and oxidative cleavage of catechols, (iii) oxidation of ketones, nitriles, and nitro compounds, (iv) oxygenation of alkanes, and (v) oxidation of alcohols, amines, and divalent sulfur compounds.
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