Reading_for_weeks_4_&_5 - J. Org. Chem. 1982 , 47,...

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Continue with the reading from week 3. Then, move on to the following: (a) - web link dealing with the Curtin- Hammett principle (b) Generalized discussion of the Curtin-Hammett principle: Zefirov, N. S. Tetrahedron , 1977 , 33 , 2719-2722 (c) Seeman, Jeffrey I.; Farone, William A. Analytical solution to the Curtin- Hammett/Winstein-Holness kinetic system. J. Org. Chem. 1978 , 43(10), 1854-64. (d) A review … Seeman, Jeffrey I. Effect of conformational change on reactivity in organic chemistry. Evaluations, applications, and extensions of Curtin- Hammett Winstein-Holness kinetics. Chem. Rev. 1983 , 83(2) , 83-134. (e) Curtin-Hammett and the MIRC reaction:
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Unformatted text preview: J. Org. Chem. 1982 , 47, 362-364 and references therein. (f) Here youll find an excellent example of the Curtin-Hammett principle, and you will add to your knowledge of electron transfer processes - Duan & Moeller, JACS , 2002 , 124 , 9368 (g) Heres an example wherein the Hammond postulate and the BEP principle arose unexpectedly. Knowing them helped considerably in planning and in formulating a rationale for the results that were obtained. Maiti, Arup; Gerken, James B.; Masjedizadeh, Mohammad R.; Mimieux, Yvette S.; Little, R. Daniel. From Dimerization, to Cycloaddition, to Atom Transfer Cyclization: The Further Chemistry of TMM Diradicals. J. Org. Chem. 2004 , 69(25), 8574-8582....
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