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Tuesday, August 25 • 2:00pm - 2:40pm
[0046] A Divergent Stereocontrolled Synthesis of the Enantiopure Tetracyclic Cores of Asparagamine A and Stemofoline via an Intramolecular 2-Propylidine-1,3-(bis)silane Bicyclization

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A concise and highly diastereoselective synthesis of the polyfused tetracyclic cores of the Stemoa alkaloids asparagamine A and stemofoline that relies on a 2-propylidine-1,3-(bis)silane bicyclization onto a enantiodefined pyrrolidine 2,5-di(cation) equivalent derived from L-malic acid will be described.  A crucial feature of this divergent synthetic approach involves the solvolysis of a transient and highly labile tertiary-propargylic lactamol trifluoroacetate in the strongly ionizing medium 5M LiClO4/Et2O. The acyliminium ion generated in this manner undergoes stereospecific interception by the aforementioned (bis)silane nucleophile (Scheme 1).

The second topic of this discussion will be concerned with highly diastereoselective metalloamination/cyclizations of zinc(II) hydrazides derived from the reaction of diethylzinc and N,N-dimethylhydrazinoalkenes. The resulting organozinc intermediates have been found to undergo facile allylation and acylation, in-situ, to provide the corresponding functionalized piperidines and pyrrolidines respectively (Scheme 2).

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Thomas Livinghouse

Professor of Chemistry, Montana State University
B.S., University of California, Los Angeles, 1976; M.S., University of California, Los Angeles, 1977; Ph.D., Rice University, 1980; Postdoctoral, Stanford University, 1981. | | Awards and Professional Activities: | Departmental Scholar (Chemistry), 1974 - 1976 University of California, Los Angeles, CA; Rice Graduate Fellowship (Chemistry), 1976 - 1977, Rice University, Houston, TX; NIH Postdoctoral Fellow (Chemistry), 1979 - 1980, Stanford... Read More →

Tuesday August 25, 2015 2:00pm - 2:40pm
Corwin East