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Bromopropyne     3-bromoprop-1-yne

Synonyms: PubChem20264, AGN-PC-0CQAJK, NSC-8801, P51001_ALDRICH, ANW-15466, ...
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High impact information on Propynyl bromide

  • The propargyl sulfonium salts obtained by alkylation of thioethers 7, 8, 10, and 11 with propargyl bromide have been further converted to two- and three-cage oligomers containing both ortho-carborane and dodecaborane moieties [1].
  • [reaction: see text] A variety of alpha-aroylacetones 4a-g have been prepared in excellent yields following a new protocol wherein alpha-aminonitriles 1a-g as the aryl acyl anion equivalents readily react with propargyl bromide as the alpha-bromoacetone equivalent [2].
  • The hydroboration of propargyl bromide. Simple one-Pot three-component routes to (Z)-1-bromoalk-1-en-4-ols and to anti-homoallylic alcohols [3].

Associations of Propynyl bromide with other chemical compounds

  • Successive alkylation of dimethyl homoterephthalate with propargyl bromide and 2,4-diamino-6-(bromomethyl)pteridine followed by ester saponification at room temperature afforded 2,4-diamino-4-deoxy-10-carboxy-10-propargyl-10-deazapteroic acid [4].
  • Alkylation with propargyl bromide gave (R)-(-)- or (S)-(+)-4-fluoronordeprenyl which was reductively methylated (Borch conditions) to produce (R)-(-)- or (S)-(+)-4-fluorodeprenyl [5].
  • [reaction: see text] Chiral phase-transfer catalyst 5 containing an electron-deficient trifluorobenzyl moiety promoted the alkylation of glycine derivative 6 with propargyl bromide 7a in good yield and excellent ee [6].


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