Alkenes

Some articles on alkenes:

Bamford–Stevens Reaction
... is a chemical reaction whereby treatment of tosylhydrazones with strong base gives alkenes ... The usage of aprotic solvents gives predominantly Z-alkenes, while protic solvent gives a mixture of E- and Z-alkenes ...
Shi Epoxidation
... with high enantiomeric excesses from trans-disubstituted alkenes and trisubstituted alkenes ... Cis-disubstituted alkenes and styrenes are asymmetrically epoxidized using a similar catalyst ...
Diisopinocampheylborane - Structure, General Properties, Reactions
... It adds to alkenes and alkynes to form the corresponding alkyl- and vinyldiisopinocampheylboranes, where G is CHR and R is Ipc and H Diisopinocampheylborane is monomeric ... the large size of the α-pinenyl groups, diisopinocampheylborane does not hydroborate hindered alkenes but when it does add, it does so with high enantioselectivity, even for small L's ... which result from the addition to alkenes, usefully react with a range of different reagents ...
Asymmetric Catalytic Oxidation - Reactions
... Jacobsen epoxidation of alkenes using manganese-salen complex and NaOCl Sharpless epoxidation of allyl alcohols using titanium isopropoxide, diethyl tartrate, and t-butyl hydroxyperoxide Sharpless ...