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2-Cyclohexen-1-one is used as intermediates.
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Mitsunori Hashimoto; Yutaka Eda; Yasutomo Osanai; Toshiaki Iwai; Seiichi Aoki. A novel decarboxylation of α-amino acids. A facile method of decarboxylation by the use of 2-cyclohexen-1-one as a catalyst.Chemistry Letters.1986, 15 893-896.
Facile, selective 1,2-reduction occurs with Sodium borohydride, 35788, in the presence of CaCl2, to give 92% yield of 2-cyclohexen-1-ol: Chem. Lett., 1847 (1991).
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