Electrophilic Substitution in Combinatorial and Solidphase Synthesis

Jan-Gerd Hansel and Stephan Jordan 9.1 Reactions in which an electron-deficient reagent attacks a substrate and an electron-deficient leaving group is displaced are called electrophilic substitutions (SE). The most common leaving group is the proton. While the reaction is typical for aromatic systems, aliphatic substrates only react when hydrogens of sufficient acidity are available. This chapter focuses on the application of SE in the generation of chemical diversity. Compared with...

Analysis of Combinatorial Libraries

Combinatorial syntheses need fast and reliable analyses in order to determine the identity of products and intermediates in each step of a parallel reaction sequence. 6.3 Analysis of Combinatorial Libraries 217 Tab. 6.5. Analytical methods and their applications in combinatorial chemistry. Method Application FT-IR Characterization of resin-bound intermediates in reflection (ATR (ATR attenuated total reflectance) DRIFTS (DRIFTS diffuse reflectance infrared fourier transform spectroscopy)) NMR...

Prtocole Use Naldic Acide

1. 10, -78 - gt -20 C, DCM, 16h 0.16 eq., -78 -20 C, CH2CI2, 16 h R 6 examples 21 56-88 , gt 97 de Scheme 18.6. Stereoselective addition of chiral B enolates to resin-bound aldehydes. formed upon cleavage from the resin was obtained in poor yield. Moreover, isolation of the final product required chromatography since the crude reaction mixture was contaminated by oxazolidinone 19 . Optimal results for the solid-supported Evans aldol protocol were elaborated for soluble polyethylene glycol PEG...

Radiofrequency Tags

One of the most successful automated solutions for the synthesis of encoded chemical libraries is utilizing electronic identification devices. Scheme 5.12 illustrates one such device - the radiofrequency RF identification ID tag. Similar Rectifier Trarumitter feceiver circuitry Scheme 5.12. Schematic of an RF memory chip useful for encoded synthesis. Scheme 5.12. Schematic of an RF memory chip useful for encoded synthesis. devices have been used for years to tag laboratory mice subcutaneously,...

Nucleophilic Substitution in Combinatorial and Solidphase Synthesis

Jan-Gerd Hansel and Stephan Jordan 8.1 Nucleophilic substitution SN reactions are widely used in combinatorial chemistry. Two reasons account for this prevalence first the potential to combine building blocks by SN and second the availability of building blocks that can participate in SN reactions. In addition, SN reactions are typically very reliable transformations, robust, and thus ideally suited for high-throughput synthesis of organic compounds. In this chapter the application of SN...