PMID: 11456838Jul 18, 2001Paper

A novel Cu-assisted cycloisomerization of alkynyl imines: efficient synthesis of pyrroles and pyrrole-containing heterocycles

Journal of the American Chemical Society
A V Kel'inV Gevorgyan


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