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Betwixt Kinetic and Thermodynamic Control: 'Pseudo-Thermodynamic Control'

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A third mechanistic category of organic reactions, conceptually in-between kinetic and thermodynamic control, needs to be recognized, in order to obtain a proper mechanistic description of certain highly important organic reactions, but also to avoid controversy. In fact, an instance of debatable conclusions having been reached is already known. The term 'pseudo-thermodynamic control' is proposed for this newly-defined category, which would include any reaction in which intermediates along different routes mutually interconvert. The new category would thus encompass a very large number of reactions, many of them of great utility.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Organic Chemistry, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore 560 012, India


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