Re: ORGLIST: Reduction of ozonides to aldehydes

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From: Camacho Davila Alejandro Alberto (acamacho$##$pasteur.fcq.uach.mx)
Date: Mon Sep 13 1999 - 23:12:18 EDT



Triphenylphosphine is another reducing agent used.

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Universidad Autonoma de Chihuahua*
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On Tue, 14 Sep 1999, Jack Sullivan wrote:

> I just completed a manual lit search on this topic based on the
> references in the last edition of March's Advanced Organic Chemistry &
> Hudlicky's 1996 monograph Reductions in Organic Chemistry.
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> I'm interested in avoiding dimethyl sulfide & other odorous reductants
> like thiourea. Current possibilities are sodium sulfite, NaI, & zinc
> dust/acetic acid.
>
> Is anyone aware of any recent developments in this area?
>
> Thanks in advance!
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> Jack Sullivan
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