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New Advances in Titanium-Mediated Free Radical Reactions
AbstractTitanium complexes have been widely used as catalysts for C‑C bond-forming processes via free-radical routes. Herein we provide an overview of some of the most significant contributions in the field, that covers the last decade, emphasizing the key role played by titanium salts in the promotion of selective reactions aimed at the synthesis of multifunctional organic compounds, including nucleophilic radical additions to imines, pinacol and coupling reactions, ring opening of epoxides and living polymerization.
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Rossi, B.; Prosperini, S.; Pastori, N.; Clerici, A.; Punta, C. New Advances in Titanium-Mediated Free Radical Reactions. Molecules 2012, 17, 14700-14732.View more citation formats
Rossi B, Prosperini S, Pastori N, Clerici A, Punta C. New Advances in Titanium-Mediated Free Radical Reactions. Molecules. 2012; 17(12):14700-14732.Chicago/Turabian Style
Rossi, Bianca; Prosperini, Simona; Pastori, Nadia; Clerici, Angelo; Punta, Carlo. 2012. "New Advances in Titanium-Mediated Free Radical Reactions." Molecules 17, no. 12: 14700-14732.
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