Re-arrangement of Acyldiazoethanes

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THE appearance of a paper by Wilds and Meade1 on this topic renders an account of our own experiments desirable, more especially as we have in various respects carried the matter further than the American workers.

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BADDELEY, G., HOLT, G. & KENNER, J. Re-arrangement of Acyldiazoethanes. Nature 163, 766–767 (1949) doi:10.1038/163766b0

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