From: Uno Mäeorg (uno$##$chem.ut.ee)
Date: Fri Jun 04 2004 - 01:31:10 EDT
There are many methods for that purposes. First of all classic BX3 is
working well but couldn't always be so selective. Some people are using
PyHCl complex and a little bit unusual is the heating with MeMgI by >100
deg of C. Certainly it depends what is your compound. Try and tell about
At 05:25 PM 6/3/2004 +0300, Erdem Buyukbingol wrote:
>Is there any easy way to convert metoxy groups to hydroxyl selectively?
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