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Cross-coupling

The final frontier

Nature Chemistry volume 3, pages 912913 (2011) | Download Citation

Cross-coupling between a racemic secondary alkyl halide and an alkyl borane to produce an enantioenriched alkyl–alkyl product is one of the final substrate combinations to succumb to the synthetically powerful Suzuki–Miyaura methodology.

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  1. Ben Glasspoole and Cathleen Crudden are in the Department of Chemistry at Queen's University, Chernoff Hall, 90 Bader Lane, Kingston, Ontario K7L 3N6, Canada

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