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We herein describe the synthetic methods we have developed based upon carbon-carbon bond activation during the past four years. These reactions are combined with Norrish-Yang type photo-reactions to make thermodynamically disfavored transformations possible. Also described is a restructuring reaction of N -arenesulfonylazetidinols into benzosultams.

Satoko Hayashi, Waro Nakanishi. In our treatment, data of perturbed structures around fully optimized ones are employed for the plot, in addition to those of the fully optimized structures. Data of fully optimized structures correspond to the static nature, whereas those of perturbed structures with fully optimized ones represent the dynamic behavior of interactions, which we have proposed. Methods to generate the perturbed structures are also proposed. The treatment enables us to evaluate, classify, and understand well the weak to strong interactions in a unified form.

Rui Umeda, Yutaka Nishiyama. The utilization of lanthanoid metal salts and organolanthanoid compounds as synthestic reagents or catalysts in organic synthesis has been steadily interesting due to their unique chemical properties.

Transition metal–carbon multiple bonds

Low-valent, trivalent, and tetravalent lanthanoid compounds have been widely used in organic reactions, however, the direct use of lanthanoid metal is still rare due to their low solubility in organic solvents or their instability under aerobic conditions. In this paper, we show the various organic reactions by the direct use of lanthanum metal as a reagent. Various unstable carbon species, such as alkyl radicals, o -quinodimethane, carbene, benzyne and alkylidene carbene, were easily generated by the reaction of organohalogen compounds with lanthanum metal. Carbonyl compounds were also reduced by lanthanum metal and the generated reducing species were widely used on the new carbon-carbon bond formations.

The synthesis of organochalcogenides was successfully achieved by the reaction of dichalcogenides, alkyl halides, and lanthanum metal. Yutaka Ukaji, Takahiro Soeta. Toward the preparation of heterocycles using 1,3-dipoles, the approaches have been generally limited to concerted 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition. A strategy consisted of a stepwise addition to 1,3-dipoles followed by cyclizaion could be an alternative pathway to synthesize of heterocycles.

We have been interested in nucleophilic addition reactions to nitrones. Andreas Obenhuber and Klaus Ruhland.

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