Selenium Dioxide Oxidations
Selenium dioxide is one of the limited number of chemicals which permits the oxidation of functionalized hydrocarbons at the carbon atom linked to olefinic (Scheme 152), aromatic and acetylenic groups or when it is attached to the carbonyl group of aldehydes, ketones, esters or amides (see below).
KeywordsCarbonyl Compound Allyl Alcohol Allylic Alcohol Selenium Dioxide Heteroaromatic Compound
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