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Synthetic Chemistry of Quadricyclane

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This articale is the first attempt to review chemical transformation of one most interesting synthon among strained, saturated hydrocarbons - tetracyclo[3.2.0.02,704,6]heptane (quadricyclane, Q), from the point of view of synthetic organic chemistry.

Thermal [2+2+2] cycloaddition reactions of Q with olefins, acetylenes, carbonyl, nitrogen, sulfur containing compounds, carbenes and silenes along with cycloaddition reactions involving transition metals are reviewed in a first part. Second part of the review covers photochemical transformations, ionic reactions (electrophilic and nucleophilic), oxidation and reduction of Q.



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Keywords: Quadricyclane; electrophilic reactions; lithiation of C-H bond; oxidation; photochemical cycloaddition reactions; reduction; thermal cycloaddition reactions

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: DuPont Central Research and Development Experimental Station, P.O. Box 0328, Wilmington DE 19880-0328, USA.

Publication date: 01 May 2006

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