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  • Zincke-Suhl Reaction
  • ke-Suhl Reaction T. Zincke, R. Suhl, Ber. 39, 4148 (1906). -dienone rearrangement of p-cresols by addition of carbon tetrachloride in the presence of al
  • Sugasawa Reaction
  • Sugasawa Reaction T. Sugasawa et al., J. Am. Chem. Soc. 100, 4842 (1978); M. Adachi et al., Chem. Pharm. Bull. 33, 1826 (1985). Ortho acylation of anili
  • Suarez Reaction
  • Suarez Reaction (Suarez Fragmentation) J. I. Concepion et al., Tetrahedron Letters 25, 1953 (1984); eidem, J. Org. Chem. 51, 402 (1986). Photoinduced co
  • Strecker Sulfite Alkylation
  • Strecker Sulfite Alkylation A. Strecker, Ann. 148, 90 (1868). Formation of alkyl sulfonates by reaction of alkyl halides with alkali or ammonium sulfite
  • Strecker Degradation
  • Strecker Degradation A. Strecker, Ann. 123, 363 (1862). Interaction of an α-amino acid with a carbonyl compound in aqueous solution or suspension
  • Strecker Amino Acid Synthesis
  • Strecker Amino Acid Synthesis A. Strecker, Ann. 75, 27 (1850); 91, 349 (1854). Synthesis of α-amino acids by reaction of aldehydes with ammonia an
  • Stork Enamine Reaction
  • Stork Enamine Reaction G. Stork et al., J. Am. Chem. Soc. 76, 2029 (1954); G. Stork, H. Landesman, ibid. 78, 5128 (1956). Synthesis of α-alkyl or
  • Stollé Synthesis
  • StolléSynthesis R. Stollé, Ber. 46, 3915 (1913); 47, 2120 (1914); J. Prakt. Chem. 105, 137 (1923); 128, 1 (1930). Formation of indole deri
  • Widman-Stoermer Synthesis
  • Widman-Stoermer Synthesis O. Widman, Ber. 17, 722 (1884); R. Stoermer, H. Fincke, Ber. 42, 3115 (1909). Synthesis of cinnolines by cyclization of diazot
  • Stobbe Condensation
  • Stobbe Condensation H. Stobbe, Ber. 26, 2312 (1893); Ann. 282, 280 (1894). Condensation of aldehydes or ketones with diethyl succinate in the presence o
  • Stille Coupling
  • Stille Coupling M. Kosugi et al., Chem. Letters 1977, 301 (1977); D. Milstein, J. K. Stille, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 100, 3636 (1978). -catalyzed cross coupli
  • Stieglitz Rearrangement
  • Stieglitz Rearrangement J. Stieglitz, P. N. Leech, Ber. 46, 2147 (1913); J. Am. Chem. Soc. 36, 272 (1914). Rearrangement of trityl hydroxylamines to Sch
  • Stevens Rearrangement
  • Stevens Rearrangement T. S. Stevens et al., J. Chem. Soc. 1928, 3193; 1930, 2107, 2119; 1932, 55, 1926, 1932. Migration of an alkyl group from a sulfoni
  • Stephen Aldehyde Synthesis
  • Stephen Aldehyde Synthesis H. Stephen, J. Chem. Soc. 127, 1874 (1925); T. Stephen, H. Stephen, ibid. 1956, 4695. Reaction sequence employed to convert n
  • Staudinger Reaction
  • Staudinger Reaction H. Staudinger, J. Meyer, Helv. Chim. Acta 2, 635 (1919). Synthesis of phosphazo compounds by the reaction of tertiary phosphines wit
  • Sommelet Reaction
  • Sommelet Reaction M. Sommelet, Compt. Rend. 157, 852 (1913); Bull. Soc. Chim. France [4] 23, 95 (1918). Preparation of aldehydes from aralkyl halides by
  • Smiles Rearrangement
  • Smiles Rearrangement; Truce-Smiles Rearrangement A. A. Levi et al., J. Chem. Soc. 1931, 3264; W. J. Evans, S. Smiles, ibid. 1935, 181; 1936, 329. Intram
  • Skraup Reaction
  • Skraup Reaction Z. H. Skraup, Ber. 13, 2086 (1880). Synthesis of quinolines from aromatic amines, glycerol, an oxidizing agent and sulfuric acid:
  • Simonis Chromone Cyclization
  • Simonis Chromone Cyclization E. Petschek, H. Simonis, Ber. 46, 2014 (1913). Formation of chromones from phenol and β-keto esters in the presence of
  • Simonini Reaction
  • Simonini Reaction A. Simonini, Monatsh. 13, 320 (1892); 14, 81 (1893). The preparation of aliphatic esters by the reaction of the silver salt of a carbo
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