C–H···O Non-Classical Hydrogen Bonding in the Stereomechanics of Organic Transformations: Theory and Recognition Public Deposited

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  • C–H[center dot dot dot]O non-classical hydrogen bonding in the stereomechanics of organic transformations: theory and recognition
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  • This manuscript describes the role of non-classical hydrogen bonds (NCHBs), specifically C–H···O interactions, in modern synthetic organic transformations. Our goal is to point out the seminal examples where C–H···O interactions have been invoked as a key stereocontrolling element and to provide predictive value in recognizing future and/or potential C–H···O interactions in modern transformations.
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  • Johnston, R. C., & Cheong, P. H. Y. (2013). C–H···O non-classical hydrogen bonding in the stereomechanics of organic transformations: Theory and recognition. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, 11(31), 5057-5064. doi:10.1039/c3ob40828k
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