Re2O7 Catalyzed Dienone-Phenol Rearrangement. Zilei Xia,a,b,ǁ Jiadong Hu,a, b,ǁ Zhigao Shen,a,b Qizheng Yao*,a and Weiqing Xie*,b,c a Department of. Dienone–phenol rearrangement of 8,8-dimethyl- and 6,8,8-trimethyl-naphthalene -1,4,5(8H)-triones (1) and (2) in acetic anhydride as solvent is the subject of a. The experiment is based on the dienone-phenol rearrangement reaction of the sesquiterpene santonin to give -desmotroposantonin acetate. It challenges.
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