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Molecules 2000, 5(9), 1068-1079; doi:10.3390/50901068
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Recent Advances in the Substitution Reactions of Triorganylstannyl Ions with Aromatic Compounds by the SRN1 Mechanism. Synthetic Applications

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Received: 30 May 2000; in revised form: 18 August 2000 / Accepted: 5 September 2000 / Published: 11 September 2000
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Abstract: A review on the reactions of triorganyl stannyl ions with haloarenes is presented. Emphasis on the synthetic applications of the resulting triorganyl stannyl aryl compounds is made, with their inherent potential to build large molecules through the SRN1 sequence, i.e. ArX→ArSnR3→ArAr, which can be iteratively repeated when appropriately substituted substrates are chosen.
Keywords: stannyl anions; SRN1; Stille reactions stannyl anions; SRN1; Stille reactions
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Córsico, E.F.; Postigo, A.; Rossi, R.A. Recent Advances in the Substitution Reactions of Triorganylstannyl Ions with Aromatic Compounds by the SRN1 Mechanism. Synthetic Applications. Molecules 2000, 5, 1068-1079.

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Córsico EF, Postigo A, Rossi RA. Recent Advances in the Substitution Reactions of Triorganylstannyl Ions with Aromatic Compounds by the SRN1 Mechanism. Synthetic Applications. Molecules. 2000; 5(9):1068-1079.

Chicago/Turabian Style

Córsico, Eduardo F.; Postigo, Al; Rossi, Roberto A. 2000. "Recent Advances in the Substitution Reactions of Triorganylstannyl Ions with Aromatic Compounds by the SRN1 Mechanism. Synthetic Applications." Molecules 5, no. 9: 1068-1079.



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