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Expected coordination complexes of monovalent and bivalent structures (1 and 2a–c, respectively) wi...
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Synthesis of pyridine-PEG conjugate 5.
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Synthesis of pyridine-PEG conjugate 10.
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Principle of the SMFS experiment. During retraction of the sample, possible interactions are probed...
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Potential energy diagrams according to the KBE model for simultaneous and successive bond rupture a...
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Most probable rupture forces plotted over their corresponding loading rate. Each point denotes for ...
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Possible rupture mechanism describing the extraordinary long rupture length of system 2c. Starting ...
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Most probable rupture forces at a logarithmic loading rate of 8.5 in relation to the corresponding ...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2015, 11, 817–827, doi:10.3762/bjoc.11.91
Preparation of β-ketoenamides and subsequent cyclocondensation to 4-hydroxypyridines. a) Et2O, −40 ...
Mechanistic rational for the formation of β-ketoenamides 16.
Reaction of proline derivative 45 and formation of β-ketoenamide 47 and enolester 48.
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1H NMR spectra of 49 and the mixture of diastereoisomers 49 and 49’.
Synthesis of pyrid-4-yl nonaflate 52.
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O-Methylation of pyridine derivatives 22 and 30 followed by desilylation.
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Formation of 5-alkoxypyrimidines from β-alkoxy-β-ketoenamides.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2011, 7, 962–975, doi:10.3762/bjoc.7.108
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