N-Sulfonyloxaziridines are the most commonly used oxaziridines in organic synthesis. Most applications of these stable, commercially available reagents involve the stereo- and regioselective oxidation of nucleophiles which have found many applications in the synthesis of architecturally complex molecules. In addition, these oxaziridines have been used in cycloaddition reactions (oxyamination), epoxidation of alkenes, silyl enol ethers and enamines, as well as C-H oxidation and amination reactions. The object of this review is to highlight recent applications of N-sulfonyloxaziridines in organic synthesis.
Tetrahedron – Elsevier
Published: Jun 28, 2018
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