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Saraswathi, and J. Verghese, Austral. J . , 1973,26, 883. R. M. Carman and B. N. Venzke, Austral. J . , 1973, 26, 1283. E. G . Bozzi, C. Shiue, and L. B. Clapp, J . O r g . , 1973, 38, 56. Terpenoids and Steroids 34 products from the Favorskii rearrangement, trans-tribromocarvomenthone (195) yiclding the epoxide (196) in addition. 1G4 (194) R' = R' = (195) Br, R 2 = H H, R 2 = Br (196) Metal hydride reduction of carvone epoxide (197) is reported by Zaitsev and Kozhin to yield practically only trans-p-menth-8-ene-trans-2,6-diol (198)?
Crombie, D. J. Simmonds, and D. A. Whiting, J . C . S . Chem. , 1972, 1276. Monoterpenoids 21 1 %CHO U C H O Reagents: i, Bui,AIH; ii, LiNEt,; iii, Me,C=CHCH,Br; iv, H,O. '16 Because the main point of metabolic attack in both insects and mammals is on the E-methyl group of the isobutenyl side-chain of the chrysanthemates, Elliott et al. '" Other modifications to pyrethrins to evaluate insecticidal activity have been made. l 8 Synthetic work in the chrysanthemic acid field includes the publication in full of the Glasgow synthesis (see Vol.
Acra, 1964, 47, 1766. Mono t erpenoids 45 Acid-catalysed rearrangements of the anisyl compounds (266)2l 3 and (267),2l4 together with some other related have been discussed. The competition between Wagner-Meerwein rearrangement and intramolecular electrophilic substitution in the 3-diphenylmethyleneisobornyl system (268) is such that dehydration of the alcohol (268 ; R = H) with toluene-p-sulphonic acid below 60 "C gives only the Wagner-Meerwein products [(269)and (270)]whereas with potassium bisulphate, 2,6-hydrogen shifts and Nametkin rearrangement occur up to 130°C, with further complications at higher temperatures.