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Using a similar approach, - - Chap. 2 Stimulants 21 - Davi s (-)a a Swiss group developed a one-step preparation of 'lo and quantitatively isomerised it to 'I1. 1T9ese workers also developed a direct preparation of (-)-cannabidiol (33) which could readily be converted to or (-)% (cf. ref. 109): A two-step synthesis of (-)31 involving resolution of an intermediate (3 4)'13 and a somewhat lengthypreparation of dl-3J and '14 were reported. The unnatural (+)-enantiomor h of 31 was prepared 13,113 and found to be devoid of ataxic activity lo'.
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