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Facile reduction of intermediates from carboxylic acids and 6 nitro 1 2 nitrophenylsulfonyloxybenzotriazole with sodium borohydride to alcohols



Facile reduction of intermediates from carboxylic acids and 6 nitro 1 2 nitrophenylsulfonyloxybenzotriazole with sodium borohydride to alcohols



Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 36(9): 3628-3631



Reduction of activated intermediates derived from 6-nitro-1-(2-nitrophenylsulfonyloxy)-benzotriazole and carboxylic acids with sodium borohydride readily afforded the corresponding alcohols in 71-93% yields.

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