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5 September 2006 6,161 views 4 Comments

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I won’t be posting anything new until next week – I’m going back to Cambridge to see a few days of lectures in honour of Dr. Stuart Warren’s retirement, all by ex-Warren group academics. Yes, he of The Great Green Book fame (amongst other texts he published). Thanks, Stuart, here’s looking forward to the next book!

In the mean-time, have a look this amazing quintuplet of publications by Stuart and Dr Fox in the last-but-one issue of OBC:

Diphenylphosphinoyl-mediated synthesis of ketones
Stuart Warren, David J. Fox and Daniel Sejer Pedersen
DOI: 10.1039/b606873a

Asymmetric synthesis of cyclopropanes and dihydrofurans based on phosphine oxide chemistry
Stuart Warren, David J. Fox, Sean Parris, Daniel Sejer Pedersen and Charles R. Tyzack
DOI: 10.1039/b606874j

Asymmetric synthesis of orthogonally protected trans-cyclopropane-amino acids via intramolecular ring closure
Stuart Warren, David J. Fox and Daniel Sejer Pedersen
DOI: 10.1039/b606879k

Diphenylphosphinoyl chloride as a chlorinating agent – the selective double activation of 1,2-diols
Stuart Warren, David J. Fox, Daniel Sejer Pedersen and Asger B. Petersen
DOI: 10.1039/b606881b

Episulfonium ion-mediated cyclic peptide and triazine synthesis
Stuart Warren, David J. Fox and Thomas J. Morley
DOI: 10.1039/b606882k

Oh, and I noticed this smart total synthesis of Polygalolides A and B, by Hashimoto in ACIEE today… post on it next week!

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4 Comments

  • HOMO-LUMO says:

    I just wanted to say, that his “great green book” was the main reason I decided to take up the organic chemistry pathway.

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  • Tot. Syn. says:

    Well, it was a great couple of days of lectures – highlights were those by Adam Nelson, Peter O’Brian, Jonathan Claydon and Varinder Aggarwal. Stuart Warren’s own talk was fantastic, as was the news of the new book… New post tomorrow…

  • Humm says:

    No J. Eames?? Accademic at Hull-great guy!