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Chem. , 1974,39, 1780; J. Joska, J. Fajkos, and M. , p. 1914. ' 39 The synthetic potential of the Simmons-Smith reaction of trimethylsilyl enol ethers is still being explored. An interesting concentration effect has been noted in the reactions of the cyclic compounds (74; n = 3 or 4), which give the expected cyclopropanol derivatives (75) in dilute solution, but the 2-methylenecycloalkanols (76) in more concentrated solution. It was shown that (76) is formed v i a (75) by a zinc iodidecatalysed rearrangement.
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