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Unified Approach to Diverse Fused Fragments via Catalytic Dehydrative Cyclization

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Unified Approach to Diverse Fused Fragments via Catalytic Dehydrative Cyclization. / Basson, Ashley; Halcovitch, Nathan; McLaughlin, Mark.

In: Chemistry - A European Journal, Vol. 28, No. 48, e202201107, 26.08.2022.

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Basson A, Halcovitch N, McLaughlin M. Unified Approach to Diverse Fused Fragments via Catalytic Dehydrative Cyclization. Chemistry - A European Journal. 2022 Aug 26;28(48):e202201107. Epub 2022 Jul 4. doi: 10.1002/chem.202201107

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title = "Unified Approach to Diverse Fused Fragments via Catalytic Dehydrative Cyclization",
abstract = "A range of highly functionalized polycyclic fragments have been synthesized, employing a catalytic dehydrative cyclization. A range of nucleophiles are shown to be successful, with the reaction producing numerous high value motifs.",
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