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Vol 3 No 3

 
Vol. 3, No. 3
Reagents for Suzuki Coupling
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Introduction / Boronic acids / Boronic acid Esters / Diboron Esters
Potassium Trifluoroborates / OSVB, Volume 3: Suzuki Coupling

 

 

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Organic Synthesis via Boranes Volume 3: Suzuki coupling
 
Professor Suzuki's contributions to organoborane chemistry involve the discovery and development of new synthetic methodologies using organoboron compounds. The formation of organic radicals from organoboranes in the presence of catalytic amounts of oxygen was first discovered in the course of cooperative work with Professor Brown's research group. Professor Suzuki was also instrumental in the utilization of organoboron compounds as carbanions in synthesis. Organoboranes are also useful as a source of carbocations under electrochemical conditions, although a limited number of examples have been reported. More recent work by Suzuki and coworkers revolves around palladium catalyzed cross-coupling reactions of various organoboron compounds with a number of organic electrophiles in the presence of bases. This reaction has become known as the Suzuki Coupling and is the focus of this book.
 
Organic Synthesis via Boranes Volume 3: Suzuki coupling

Akira Suzuki & Herbert C. Brown

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