Molecules 2000, 5(8), 1018-1032; doi:10.3390/50801018
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Exploiting Poly(ethylene glycol) as a Matrix for Liquid-Phase Organic Synthesis

Received: 14 February 2000; in revised form: 31 July 2000 / Accepted: 1 August 2000 / Published: 20 August 2000
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Abstract: Soluble polymer-supported chemistry is a technology that allows the blending of the benefits of polymer-supported synthesis and solution-phase chemistry. Herein, we describe our recent efforts in this area targeted at exploring the scope of poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG) as the matrix. Specifically we describe the use of PEG as a support for triphenyl phosphine and for the Stille reaction.
Keywords: soluble polymer; synthesis; poly(ethylene glycol); triphenyl phosphine; Wittig reaction; Stille reaction
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Sieber, F.; Wentworth, P., Jr.; Janda, K.D. Exploiting Poly(ethylene glycol) as a Matrix for Liquid-Phase Organic Synthesis. Molecules 2000, 5, 1018-1032.

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Sieber F, Wentworth P, Jr, Janda KD. Exploiting Poly(ethylene glycol) as a Matrix for Liquid-Phase Organic Synthesis. Molecules. 2000; 5(8):1018-1032.

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Sieber, Frank; Wentworth, Paul, Jr.; Janda, Kim D. 2000. "Exploiting Poly(ethylene glycol) as a Matrix for Liquid-Phase Organic Synthesis." Molecules 5, no. 8: 1018-1032.

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