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3-(l-Pyrrolidinyl)propenoate (8), in contrast, requires no precautions for handling and may be considered as a synthetic equivalent of formylacetate. ^ The reactions of various electron-rich olefins 4b and 4d-h are summerized in Table 1. As well as P-unsubstituted silyl enol ethers 4b and 4c, p-substituted silyl enol ethers 4d and 4e and ketene silyl acetal 4f reacted with 8 to provide keto esters 9 in good yield. The reaction of 8 with disubstituted olefins 4g and 4h also proceeded reasonably, giving a-methylene lactones in moderate yield.
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