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*  Radical fluorination
Alkyl radicals generated from radical additions to alkenes have also been fluorinated. Hydrides and nitrogen-, carbon-, and ... "Transition-metal-free, room-temperature radical azidofluorination of unactivated alkenes in aqueous solution". Org. Chem. Front ... Kindt, Stephanie; Heinrich, Markus R. (2014-11-17). "Intermolecular Radical Carbofluorination of Non-activated Alkenes". ... by radical addition to alkenes, or C-H bond and C-C bond activations. New sources of atomic fluorine are now emerging, such as ...
*  Kuwajima Taxol total synthesis
The Lindlar catalyst then reduced the alkyne to the alkene in 1.4 and Swern oxidation converted the alcohol group to the enone ...
*  Oxidative addition
... such as the Monsanto process and alkene hydrogenation using Wilkinson's catalyst. It is often suggested that oxidative addition ...
*  Retro-Diels-Alder reaction
... alkenes > alkynes Because the Diels-Alder reaction exchanges two π bonds for two σ bonds, it is intrinsically thermodynamically ...
*  Elias James Corey
More importantly, stereospecfic alkenes are present in several natural products as the method continues to be exploited to ... The formation of sterically hindered trans alkenes present in 7-membered rings was attempted by Corey and coworkers, but was ... 2-diols to alkenes involving the diol substrate, thiocarbonyldiimidazole, and excess trialkylphosphite. The mechanism has been ... which can then undergo a Prins reaction with the neighboring alkene. After elimination and further oxidation, the product is a ...
*  Photoredox catalysis
Nguyen, Tien M.; Nicewicz, David A. (3 July 2013). "Anti-Markovnikov Hydroamination of Alkenes Catalyzed by an Organic ... Hydrotrifluoromethylation of styrenes and aliphatic alkenes can be effected with a mesityl acridinium organic photoredox ... Yasu, Yusuke; Koike, Takashi; Akita, Munetaka (3 May 2013). "Intermolecular Aminotrifluoromethylation of Alkenes by Visible- ... "Direct Catalytic Anti-Markovnikov Addition of Carboxylic Acids to Alkenes". Journal of the American Chemical Society. 135 (28 ...
*  Wolff rearrangement
... and will react with activated alkenes including unsaturated carbonyls to give 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition products. The Dakin- ...
*  Open-chain compound
Cycloalkanes are isomers of alkenes, not of alkanes, because the ring's closure involves a C=C bond. Having no rings (aromatic ... such as the alkanes and alkenes, have both linear and ring isomers, that is, both acyclic and cyclic, with the latter often ...
*  Chain walking
β-Hydride elimination then occurs to give a hydride-alkene complex. Subsequent reinsertion of the M-H into the C=C bond, but in ... Domski, G. J.; Rose, J. M.; Coates, G. W.; Bolig, A. D.; Brookhart, M. (2007). "Living alkene polymerization: New methods for ... In polymer chemistry, chain walking or chain running is a mechanism that operates during some alkene polymerization reactions. ... Nickel(II) and palladium(II) complexes of α-diimine ligands were known to efficiently catalyze polymerization of alkenes. ...
*  Wender Taxol total synthesis
Because the oxidation of the alkene group to the diol 43 with osmium tetroxide was accompanied by the undesired migration of ...
*  Nicolaou Taxol total synthesis
Alkene 5.3 underwent hydroboration in tetrahydrofuran. Oxidation with basic hydrogen peroxide and sodium bicarbonate gave ... Epoxidation with vanadyl(acetylacetate) converted alkene 4.3 to epoxide 4.4, which, upon reduction with lithium aluminium ...
*  2,3-Wittig rearrangement
7) When an alkene is used as the anion-stabilizing group G, issues of selectivity arise concerning the site of the carbanion. ...
*  Carboxylic acid
In the Koch reaction, the addition of water and carbon monoxide to alkenes is catalyzed by strong acids. Acetic acid and formic ... This method is effective for alkenes that generate secondary and tertiary carbocations, e.g. isobutylene to pivalic acid. ... The required aldehydes are readily obtained from alkenes by hydroformylation. Oxidation of hydrocarbons using air. For simple ...
*  Lasioglossum malachurum
These secretions are largely made up of alkanes and alkenes. Bees of the species L. malachurum also rely on visual cues and ... Chemical similarities, specifically in nonvolatile alkenes and alkanes, provide this cue. Notably, the component of ...
*  Structural formula
Skeletal formulae can depict cis and trans isomers of alkenes. Wavy single bonds are the standard way to represent unknown or ...
*  Formic acid
... s and alkenes readily react to form formate esters. In the presence of certain acids, including sulfuric and ... Formic acid is unique among the carboxylic acids in its ability to participate in addition reactions with alkenes. ... hydrofluoric acids, however, a variant of the Koch reaction occurs instead, and formic acid adds to the alkene to produce a ...
*  Trigonal planar molecular geometry
One way to observe this distortion is in pyramidal alkenes. AXE method Molecular geometry VSEPR theory March, Jerry. Advanced ...
*  Metal-catalysed hydroboration
Oxidative addition of the B-H bond of the borane reagent to this 14 e− species is then followed by coordination of the alkene ... What has been debated is the coordination of the alkene. In the dissociative mechanism, proposed by Männig and Nöth, and ... Morrill,T. C.; D'Souza,C. A.; Yang,L.; Sampognaro,A.J. (2002). "Transition-Metal-Promoted Hydroboration of Alkenes: A Unique ... In the associative mechanism (see below), proposed by Burgess et al., the alkene binds trans to the chloride without ...
*  Lithium aluminium hydride
... does not reduce simple alkenes or arenes. Alkynes are reduced only if an alcohol group is nearby. LAH ...
*  Organoboron chemistry
Hydroborations take place stereospecifically in a syn mode, that is on the same face of the alkene. In this concerted reaction ... When a positive charge develops in the alkene on the most substituted carbon atom, that is where the partially negatively ... Boranes react rapidly to alkenes in a process called hydroboration. This concept was discovered by Dr. Herbert Charles Brown, ...
*  Electrophilic fluorination
Similar to other alkenes, cohalogenation can be accomplished either by isolation of the intermediate adduct and reaction with a ... Simple fluorinations of alkenes often produce complex mixtures of products. However, cofluorination in the presence of a ... A surfactant was used to facilitate contact between aqueous Selectfluor and the alkene. Fluorination of electron-rich aromatic ...
*  Mesoionic carbene
They have been shown to hydrogenate terminal and cis-alkenes. They work better than their NHC counterparts due to the MIC ...
*  Insertion reaction
... and Structure of Transition Metal Components and Cocatalysts in Catalyst Systems for Alkene Polymerization". Alkene ... Generally it is the hydride, alkyl, or aryl group that migrates onto L, which is often CO, an alkene, or alkyne. The insertion ... The former converts alkenes, hydrogen, and carbon monoxide into aldehydes. The production of acetic acid by carbonylation ... The reverse reaction, the de-insertion of CO and alkenes, are of fundamental significance in many catalytic cycles as well. ...
*  Butene
... , also known as butylene, is a series of alkenes with the general formula C4H8. The word butene may refer to any of the ... Because of the double bonds, these 4-carbon alkenes can act as monomers in the formation of polymers, as well as having other ... Among the molecules which have the chemical formula C4H8 four isomers are alkenes. All four of these hydrocarbons have four ... Other organic compounds have the formula C4H8, namely cyclobutane and methylcyclopropane, but are not alkenes and do not fall ...
*  Hydroacylation
The resulting acyl hydride complex next binds the alkene. The sequence of oxidative addition and alkene coordination is often ... Hydroacylation is a type of organic reaction in which an alkene is inserted into the a formyl C-H bond. The product is a ketone ... RCHO + CH2=CHR' → RC(O)CH2CH2R' With an alkyne in place of alkenes, the reaction produce an α,β-unsaturated ketone. The ... Via migratory insertion, the alkene inserts into either the metal-acyl or the metal-hydride bonds. In the final step, the ...