WITTIG-HORNER REACTIONS OF STYRENE-DIVINYLBENZENE TYPE SUPPORTS DURING THE PHASE TRANSFER CATALYSIS. I. THE UTILIZATION OF GRAFTED ALDEHYDES The Wittig-Horner reaction is the most general method for regiospecific introduction of carbon-carbon double bounds in organic synthesis. Phase transfer catalyzed reactions are often more easily and cheaply carried out than conventional methods. The paper deals with the synthesis of copolymers functionalized with olefin groups by Wittig-Horner type polymer-analogous reactions in phase transfer catalysis. The copolymer bond aldehyde was reacted with phosphonates to obtain olefin groups grafted on macromolecular support.
Keywords: polymer-suported Wittig-Horner reagent, phase transfer catalysed, styrene-divinylbenzene copolymers