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Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) and N ,N -dimethylformamide (DMF) are particularly effective in enhancing the reactivity of enolate ions. Both of these are polar aprotic solvents. 3. 8 37 47 1 14 80 970 1420 a. From H. E. Zaugg, J. Am. Chem. , 83, 837 (1961). 40 41 J. M. Blackwell, D. J. Morrison, and W. E. Piers, Tetrahedron, 58, 8247 (2002). For reviews, see (a) A. J. Parker, Chem. , 69, 1 (1969); (b) L. M. Jackmamn and B. C. Lange, Tetrahedron, 33, 2737 (1977). 42 Polar aprotic solvents, as the name indicates, are materials that have high dielectric constants but lack hydroxy or other hydrogenbonding groups.
C. G. Stork and S. R. Dowd, Org. , 55, 46 (1976); see also H. O. House and B. M. Trost, J. Org. , 30, 2502 (1965). d. E. J. Corey and A. W. , 25, 495 (1984). e. E. Emde, A. Goetz, K. Hofmann, and G. Simchen, Justus Liebigs Ann. , 1643 (1981). f. G. Stork, P. Rosen, N. Goldman, R. V. Coombs, and J. Tsuji, J. Am. Chem. , 87, 275 (1965). g. C. R. Johnson and R. K. Raheja, J. Org. , 59, 2287 (1994). The composition of the trimethylsilyl enol ethers prepared from an enolate mixture reflects the enolate composition.
Conditions of kinetic control usually favor formation of the lesssubstituted enolate, especially for methyl ketones. The main reason for this result is that removal of a less hindered hydrogen is faster, for steric reasons, than removal of a more hindered hydrogen. Steric factors in ketone deprotonation are accentuated by using bulky bases. The most widely used bases are LDA, LiHMDS, and NaHMDS. Still more hindered disilylamides such as hexaethyldisilylamide9 and bis(dimethylphenylsilyl)amide10 may be useful for specific cases.
Advanced Organic Chemistry, Part B: Reactions and Synthesis (5th Edition) by Francis A. Carey, Richard J. Sundberg