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Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 17, Issue 5, pp 482–487 | Cite as

A new approach to the synthesis of optically active disparlures — Attractants ofPorthetria dispar

  • U. M. Dzhemilev
  • R. N. Fakhretdinov
  • A. G. Telin
  • G. A. Tolstikov
  • D. V. Amirkhanov
  • V. P. Krivonogov
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Abstract

A fairly simple and original one-stage method of obtaining optically active attractants ofPorthetria dispar-(+)- and (-)-2-methyl-Z- and E-7,8-epoxyoctadecanes has been developed. The synthesis is based on the epoxidation of 2-methyloctadec-Z-and -E-7-enes by chiral peroxide complexes of molybdenum of the type of MoO3-L* in an organic solvent at room temperature. Derivatives of tartaric, lactic, β-aminopropionic, and aspartic acids have been used as the chiral ligands (L*).

Keywords

Epoxide Tartaric Acid Gypsy Moth Specific Rotation Dimethyl Ester 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • U. M. Dzhemilev
  • R. N. Fakhretdinov
  • A. G. Telin
  • G. A. Tolstikov
  • D. V. Amirkhanov
  • V. P. Krivonogov

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