New carborane-containing amino acids and their derivatives. Crystal structures of n-protected carboranylalaninates
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New alanine derivatives containing both the carboranyl and trifluoromethyl groups were synthesized by the reaction of organometallic derivatives of o-carborane with methyl trifluoropyruvate imines. When using the 1R-(−)-menthoxycarbonyl protecting group at the nitrogen atom, one of diastereomers was isolated and characterized. Trifluoromethyl-carboranylalanine methyl esters containing different protecting groups at the nitrogen atom were studied by X-ray diffraction. Both complete and partial deprotection of the amino and carboxy groups was performed.
Key wordsamino acids alanine organofluorine compounds imines carboranes X-ray diffraction study
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