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However, when 1, which is a non-chiral base, deprotonates the non-chiral epoxide cyclohexene oxide (2), equal amounts of the two enantiomeric products (S)- and (R)-cyclohex-2-enol (3) are formed in the abstraction of a proton from carbon 2 and 5, respectively, with accompanying opening of the epoxide ring (Scheme 1). , the reaction shows no stereoselectivity (Scheme 1). Scheme 1. , epoxides. For example, the lithium amide lithium (S)-2-(pyrrolidin-1-yl-methyl)pyrrolidide (4) was for a long time the most stereoselective base used in epoxide deprotonations.
It should be realized that localization per se does not exclude final state effects in the core level spectrum. In fact, we have noted above that localization in this case may well involve two tungsten centers, which provides sufficient grounds to expect significant final state effects. This character of the initial state of the core ionization process leads to a situation akin to those encountered in molecular cases, such as for example adsorbed molecules on metallic substrates. The general behavior may be treated within a common framework, involving the pulling down of a local atomic level on the core-ionized site.
30 V. It was not possible to fit the Proton Insertion in Polycrystalline WO3 29 Fig. 2. (a) W 4f core levels for different electrochemical treatments. (b) Bandgap states for different electrochemical treatments. core level spectrum with the same set of parameters used for the other spectra. 30 V turns the electrode transparent. As seen in Fig. 2, the electrode returns to the original W6þ state as expected from a reversible insertion reaction. The cycled electrode seems to be more oxidized since the low binding energy states in the core level spectrum and the bandgap states are now almost absent.
A Tribute Volume in Honor of Professor Osvaldo Goscinski by E.J. Brandas, and E. Brandas (Eds.)