Hayashi rearrangement

What is Hayashi rearrangement?

The Hayashi rearrangement is a chemical reaction that occurs when o-benzoylbenzoic acids are exposed to either sulfuric acid or phosphorous pentoxide. During this reaction, the molecular structure of the substrate undergoes a rearrangement, resulting in the formation of a new product.

Hayashi rearrangement
Hayashi rearrangement

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