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Prototypical Wittig reaction involving in situ phosphonium salt and phosphonium ylide formation.
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Bu3As-catalyzed Wittig-type reactions.
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Ph3As-catalyzed Wittig-type reactions using Fe(TCP)Cl and ethyl diazoacetate for arsonium ylide gen...
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Recyclable polymer-supported arsine for catalytic Wittig-type reactions.
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Bu2Te-catalyzed Wittig-type reactions.
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Polymer-supported telluride catalyst cycling.
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Stable and odourless telluronium salt pre-catalyst for Wittig-type reactions.
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Phosphine-catalyzed Wittig reactions.
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Various phosphine oxides used as pre-catalysts.
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Enantioselective catalytic Wittig reaction reported by Werner.
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Base-free catalytic Wittig reactions reported by Werner.
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Catalytic Wittig reactions reported by Lin.
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Catalytic Wittig reactions reported by Plietker.
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Prototypical aza-Wittig reaction involving in situ iminophosphorane formation.
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First catalytic aza-Wittig reaction reported by Campbell.
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Intramolecular catalytic aza-Wittig reactions reported by Marsden.
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Catalytic aza-Wittig reactions in 1,4-benzodiazepin-5-one synthesis.
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Catalytic aza-Wittig reactions in benzimidazole synthesis.
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Phosphine-catalyzed Staudinger and aza-Wittig reactions.
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Catalytic aza-Wittig reactions in 4(3H)-quinazolinone synthesis.
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Catalytic aza-Wittig reactions of in situ generated carboxylic acid anhydrides.
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Phosphine-catalyzed diaza-Wittig reactions.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2016, 12, 2577–2587, doi:10.3762/bjoc.12.253
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