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[PDF] Amination and Formation of sp2 C-N Bonds (Topics in Organometallic Chemistry)

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Author: Marc Taillefer | Category: Chemistry | Language: English | Page: 200 | ISBN: 3642405452 | ISBN13: 9783642405457 |

Description: Palladium-Catalyzed sp2C–N Bond Forming Reactions: Recent Developments and Applications. Metal-catalyzed C(sp2)-N bond formation.- Recent Developments in Recyclable Copper Catalyst Systems for C?N Bond Forming Cross-Coupling Reactions Using Aryl Halides and Arylboronic Acids. Assembly of N-containing heterocycles via Pd and Cu-catalyzed C-N bond formation reactions. Copper-Catalyzed C(aryl)-N Bond Formation.

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