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Zinc Triflate-Benzoyl Bromide: A Versatile Reagent for the Conversion of Ether into Benzoate Protecting Groups and Ether Glycosides into Glycosyl Bromides, T. Polat, R. J. Linhardt, Carbohydrate Research, 338, 447-449, 2003.
A simple and efficient method is developed for the chemoselective one-pot conversion of ethers (benzyl, TBDMS and acetal) to the corresponding benzoates by zinc triflate-catalyzed deprotection and benzoylation by benzoyl bromide. In the same reaction, methyl or p-methoxyphenyl glycosides are converted into glycosyl bromides that are useful in glycosylation reactions.;
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