Non-classical (bridging) and classical (Woodward-Hoffmann) secondary orbital interactions as well as a favourable electrostatic interaction are involved in the stabilization of the two lowest transition passes of the acrolein dimerization. The heteroatoms provide anchimeric assistance to the hetero Diels-Alder reaction through a neighbouring-group mechanism.

Classical and non-classical secondary orbital interactions and Coulombic attraction in regiospecific dimerization of acrolein

TOMA, LUCIO;QUADRELLI, PAOLO;CARAMELLA, PIERLUIGI
2001

Abstract

Non-classical (bridging) and classical (Woodward-Hoffmann) secondary orbital interactions as well as a favourable electrostatic interaction are involved in the stabilization of the two lowest transition passes of the acrolein dimerization. The heteroatoms provide anchimeric assistance to the hetero Diels-Alder reaction through a neighbouring-group mechanism.
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