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Iron-mediated electrochemical reaction of alpha-chloroesters with carbonyl compounds



Iron-mediated electrochemical reaction of alpha-chloroesters with carbonyl compounds



Organic Letters 5(3): 317-320



[reaction: see text] Reformatsky-type reactions have been performed efficiently using an electroassisted iron-complex catalysis. Valuable product such as beta-hydroxyesters, ketones or nitriles are thus prepared with high yields.

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Accession: 010885537

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PMID: 12556181

DOI: 10.1021/ol0273046



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