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Special Literature Project Barry M. Trost (born June 13 , 1941 in Philadelphia ) is an American chemist, Professor of Chemistry at Stanford University . He studied at the University of Pennsylvania . His Ph.D. thesis research on The Structure and Reactivity of Enolate Anions was conducted at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology . He was professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison from 1965 until his appointment to Stanford University in 1987. The Trost asymmetric allylic alkylation , Tsuji Trost reaction , and the Trost ligand are named after him. – (wikipedia.org) Common Theme: Using a dinuclear zinc catalysts. Goal: To use the dinuclear zinc bis-ProPhenol complex as a catalyst to conduct asymmetric Friedel-Crafts alkylations of unprotected pyrroles with nitroalkenes; to prepare 2-substituted and 2,5-substituted pyrroles with a chiral carbon atom in the α -position.
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Shayna Russell 18710646 Chem 3BL – Section 312 Special Literature Project Asymmetric Friedel-Crafts Alkylation of Pyrroles with Nitroalkenes Using a Dinuclear Zinc Catalyst Authors: Barry M. Trost and Christoph Muller Barry M. Trost is a professor of chemistry at Stanford University and submitted this paper in
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