# Tetrahedron Letters

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_{3}was synthesized from D-xylose in 13 steps and 21% yield.

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_{2}in CH

_{2}Cl

_{2}to predominantly give the corresponding...

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_{3}CH

_{2}OH or 3M LiClO4Et2O in the presence of Et

_{3}N. The formation of this reactive intermediate has been demonstrated by its in situ cycloaddition with cyclopentadiene and furan.

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_{3}PCH

_{2}] lead, in one step, to 3,6-anhydro-hept-1-enitol derivatives (“C-vinyl furanosides”) in high yield, by way of the participation of the benzyloxy group at C-3 with concomitant debenzylation.

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