Tails and steeds versus heads and beads - The case for fluorous phase methodology in combinatorial and parallel syntheses
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The development of fluorous phase synthetic chemistry is reviewed from its recent origins in strategies for recoverable catalysts through emerging applications in high-throughput library synthesis. The roles of « pony tails », (CH2)m(CF2)n-1 CF 3, as solubility control or « phase labelling » elements, are described. The synthesis and properties of fluorous aliphatic amines are detailed, and lead references to fluorous protecting groups and chromatographic methods are given.
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Rocaboy, C., & Gladysz, J. A.