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Protection of Carbon—Carbon Multiple Bonds

  • D. W. Young

Abstract

Olefins are susceptible to attack by oxidizing and reducing agents and undergo addition reactions with a variety of reagents. Although, in recent years, new methods of olefin synthesis and new mild reagents which may achieve their end without also reacting with an olefinic bond in the same molecule, have been found, there is still a need in synthesis for effective methods of protection of olefinic bonds.

Keywords

Terminal Acetylene Ceric Ammonium Nitrate Tetrahedron Letter Olefinic Bond Lithium Aluminium Hydride 
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  • D. W. Young
    • 1
  1. 1.The School of Molecular ScienceUniversity of SussexBrightonEngland

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