Donald C. Dittmer

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Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
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Organic chemistry
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http://www-che.syr.edu/faculty/dittmer.html
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C. Gardner Swain grad student 1953 MIT
 (Correlation of the rates of aminolysis)
Paul D. Bartlett post-doc 1954 Harvard

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Kin Yang research assistant 2008-2010
Franklin Arnold Davis grad student 1966 Syracuse
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Dittmer DC, Avilov DV, Kandula VS, et al. (2010) Tetramic acids and derivatives by telluride-triggered dieckmann cyclizations Arkivoc. 2010: 61-83
Dittmer DC. (2009) Thiiranes and Thiirenes Comprehensive Heterocyclic Chemistry. 7: 131-184
Dittmer DC, Li Q, Avilov DV. (2005) Synthesis of coumarins, 4-hydroxycoumarins, and 4-hydroxyquinolinones by tellurium-triggered cyclizations Journal of Organic Chemistry. 70: 4682-4686
Avilov DV, Malusare MG, Arslancan E, et al. (2004) A telluride-triggered nucleophilic ring opening of monoactivated cyclopropanes Organic Letters. 6: 2225-2228
Dittmer DC. (2003) Tellurium Chemical and Engineering News. 81: 128
Chao B, Dittmer DC. (2001) Tellurium-triggered formation of racemic and non-racemic allylic amines from aziridinemethanol derivatives Tetrahedron Letters. 42: 5789-5791
Chao B, Dittmer DC. (2000) A tellurium-triggered domino reaction for the synthesis of a 1-substituted-3-vinyl-1,3-dihydroisobenzofuran Tetrahedron Letters. 41: 6001-6004
Xu Q, Dittmer DC. (1999) Tellurium: Use in the synthesis of allylic amines from 5-hydroxymethyl- 2-oxazolidinones Tetrahedron Letters. 40: 2255-2258
Xu Q, Chao B, Wang Y, et al. (1997) Tellurium in the 'no-solvent' organic synthesis of allylic alcohols Tetrahedron. 53: 12131-12146
Pepito AS, Dittmer DC. (1997) Conversion of Aziridinemethanol Sulfonate Esters to Allylic Amines via Tellurium Chemistry Journal of Organic Chemistry. 62: 7920-7925
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