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Fifty six, 650 (1991). nine part 1. 1 new release and homes of Enolates and different Stabilized Carbanions 10 bankruptcy 1 Alkylation of Enolates and different Carbon Nucleophiles unlike LDA, LiHMDS favors the Z-enolate. 14 yes different bases exhibit a choice for formation of the Z-enolate. for instance, lithium 2,4,6-trichloroanilide, lithium diphenylamide, and lithium trimethylsilylanilide express approximately entire Zselectivity with 2-methyl-3-pentanone. 15 R O CH3 CH3 CH3 (CH3)2CH CH3 OLi OLi LiNAr H Z -enolate LiNH(C6H2Cl3) LiNPh2 LiN(Ph)Si(CH3)3 + (CH3)2CH H CH3 E -enolate ninety eight% 2% one hundred pc zero% ninety five% five% The Z-selectivity appears linked essentially with lowered basicity of the amide anion. it truly is postulated that the shift to Z-stereoselectivity is the results of a looser TS, within which the steric results of the chair TS are lowered. robust results due to the presence of lithium halides were famous. With 3-pentanone, the E:Z ratio should be enhanced from 10:1 to 60:1 via addition of 1 similar of LiBr in deprotonation by way of LiTMP. sixteen (Note an analogous impact for 2-methyl3-pentanone in desk 1. 2) NMR stories exhibit that the addition of the halides ends up in formation of combined 1:1 aggregates, yet accurately how this results in the switch in stereoselectivity has no longer been unraveled. A crystal constitution has been decided for a 2:1:4:1 advanced of the enolate of methyl t-butyl ketone, with an HMDS anion, 4 lithium cations, and one bromide. 17 This constitution, reproduced in determine 1. 1, exhibits that the lithium ions are clustered round the unmarried bromide, with the enolate oxygens bridging among lithium ions. The amide base additionally bridges among lithium ions. Very major acceleration within the expense of deprotonation of 2-methylcyclohexanone was once saw whilst triethylamine was once incorporated in enolate-forming reactions in toluene. the speed enhancement is attributed to a TS containing LiHMDS dimer and triethylamine. Steric results within the amine are an important in selective stabilization of the TS and the level of acceleration that's saw. 18 Si Li Si N Si N Li H O Si N(C2H5)3 CH3 14 15 sixteen 17 18 C. H. Heathcock, C. T. Buse, W. A. Kleschick, M. C. Pirrung, J. E. Sohn, and J. Lampe, J. Org. Chem. , forty five, 1066 (1980). L. Xie, okay. M. Isenberger, G. Held, and L. M. Dahl, J. Org. Chem. , sixty two, 7516 (1997); L. Xie, okay. Vanlandeghem, ok. M. Isenberger, and C. Bernier, J. Org. Chem. , sixty eight, 641 (2003). P. L. corridor, J. H. Gilchrist, and D. B. Collum, J. Am. Chem. Soc. , 113, 9571 (1991); P. L. corridor, J. H. Gilchrist, A. T. Harrison, D. J. Fuller, and D. B. Collum, 113, 9575 (1991). ok. W. Henderson, A. E. Dorigo, P. G. W. Williard, and P. R. Bernstein, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. , 35, 1322 (1996). P. Zhao and D. B. Collum, J. Am. Chem. Soc. , one hundred twenty five, 4008, 14411 (2003). eleven part 1. 1 N 1a N 2a Li 2a N2 Br 1 N1 Li 2 O 1a O1 Li 1a Li 1 N3 Si 1 Si 1a Fig. 1. 1. Crystal constitution of lithium enolate of methyl t-butyl ketone in a constitution containing 4 Li+ , enolates, and one HMDA anions, one bromide ion, and TMEDA ligands. Reproduced from Angew.