PMID: 11707133Nov 15, 2001Paper

A versatile new method for the synthesis of cyclopentenones via an unusual rhodium-catalyzed intramolecular trans hydroacylation of an alkyne

Journal of the American Chemical Society
K Tanaka, G C Fu


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