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G. Buchanan, A. R. Edgar, M. J. Power, P. D. Theaker, Carbohydr. Res. 1974, 38, C22–C24. 1 Introduction Alkene formation reactions are important tools in organic synthesis, and a variety of methodologies have been devised for the conversion of carbonyl compounds into alkenes. The Peterson reaction, developed by D. J. Peterson in 1968, is one of the most important and widely used methods for the conversion of carbonyl compounds into alkenes [1]. 1). The intermediately formed b-hydroxyalkylsilanes are frequently isolated when carbanions without an anion-stabilizing group are used, and the subsequent alkene formation process from b-hydroxyalkylsilanes is specifically referred to as ‘Peterson elimination’.

3). 22. MgCl Generation of an a-silyl Grignard reagent. Generation of a-Silylalkyllithium Reagents from a-Silylalkyl Halides a-Silylalkyllithium reagents are generated by lithium–halogen exchange of asilylalkyl halides with alkyllithium reagents [53]. 23) [54]. 24) [55, 56]. 23. BuLi THF SiMe3 O Li Ph 1. RCHO 2. KH R O H Ph 37 38 46-56% Generation of an a-silylalkyllithium and its Peterson reaction. 24. Li Generation of trimethylsilylmethyllithium. 3). 3 Synthesis of Terminal Alkenes by the Use of a-Silyl Carbanions Generated from a-Silylalkyl Halides Terminal alkenes are prepared by Peterson elimination of b-hydroxyalkylsilanes with no further substituents on the carbon atom bearing the silyl group.

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