1981 年 39 巻 7 号 p. 613-623
The chemistry of carbonyl oxides is reviewed. Carbonyl oxides are known to be produced in the ozonolysis of olefins, and to react with carbonyl compounds, alcohols, and carboxylic acids. Such reactions are characterized as nucleophilicity of carbonyl oxide. Electrophilic and radical natures are also described in the reactions with hydrocarbons, aromatic compounds, olefins, sulfides, and sulfoxides. Oxygenations of diazo compounds and ylids can also produce carbonyl oxides. The intramolecular reactions of carbonyl oxides are also reported.