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A rearrangement-based approach to secondary difluorophosphonates

Butt, Afshan H and Percy, Jonathan and Spencer, Neil S (2000) A rearrangement-based approach to secondary difluorophosphonates. Chemical Communications, 2000 (17). pp. 1691-1692. ISSN 1359-7345

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Abstract

[3,3]-Claisen rearrangements allowed the conversion of a readily available allylic difluorophosphonate to nucleic acid and inositol phosphate-related products via epoxide cyclisation or ring closing metathesis respectively.