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Frontispiece: Shuttle Catalysis—New Strategies in Organic Synthesis

Frontispiece: Shuttle Catalysis—New Strategies in Organic Synthesis
Bill Morandi, Benjamin N. Bhawal
The potential to utilize shuttle-catalysis processes for late-stage functionalization and synthesis of complex molecules makes such reactions powerful methods for organic synthesis. The transfer of reactive intermediates is also an area of interest as these lead to highly versatile intermediates that can be transformed in one-pot to a wide variety of products. For more information see the Concept article by B. N. Bhawal and B. Morandi on page 12004 ff.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/chem.201785062

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