Azidation in the Difunctionalization of Olefins
AbstractOrganic azides are key motifs in compounds of relevance to chemical biology, medicinal chemistry and materials science. In addition, they also serve as useful building blocks due to their remarkable reactivity. Therefore, the development of efficient protocols to synthesize these compounds is of great significance. This paper reviews the major applications and development of azidation in difunctionalization of olefins using azide reagents. View Full-Text
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Wu, K.; Liang, Y.; Jiao, N. Azidation in the Difunctionalization of Olefins. Molecules 2016, 21, 352.
Wu K, Liang Y, Jiao N. Azidation in the Difunctionalization of Olefins. Molecules. 2016; 21(3):352.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wu, Kai; Liang, Yujie; Jiao, Ning. 2016. "Azidation in the Difunctionalization of Olefins." Molecules 21, no. 3: 352.
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