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New bases for DoM
January 1, 2008
· New Papers

Direct ortho Cupration: A New Route to Regioselectively Functionalized Aromatics When talking about Directed ortho Metallations (DoM) most people think about…

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Triazoles through Ruthenium
January 1, 2008
· New Papers

Ruthenium-Catalyzed Cycloaddition of Aryl Azides and Alkynes The use of a Ru catalyst allows now the preparation of 1,5-disubstituted triazoles under…

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Halogenating the gap
January 1, 2008
· New Papers

Meta Halogenation of 1,3-Disubstituted Arenes via Iridium-Catalyzed Arene Borylation Preparation of aryl halides is a key step in many syntheses. But…

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Nitrile synthesis by tandem cyanation/alkylation
January 1, 2008
· New Papers

A Convergent Synthesis of Polysubstituted Aromatic Nitriles via Palladium-Catalyzed C-H Functionalization Metal-mediated alkylations and cyanations are not new but, what about…

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R&D Work : Microwave assisted aza-Cope rearrangement
January 1, 2008
· Made in GalChimia

Microwaves are one of the most useful tools for the medicinal chemist. Reactions which needed hours can now be carried out…

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Editorial
January 1, 2008
· Editorial

This is the first issue of our newsletter. Yes, another one. There are other newsletters centered in industry drivers, news, product…

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Boric Acid Catalyzed Amidation
January 1, 2008
· New Papers

Maybe it is time to forget time-consuming and tedious methods for amide formation. This boric acid catalyzed amidation method seems promising….

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Contract Research
January 1, 2008
· Made in GalChimia

We are involved in several Drug Discovery projects for pharmaceutical and biotech companies, working with them side by side in order…

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Review of the month : Pd(II) reactions
January 1, 2008
· Top Reviews

Everybody knows that Pd(0) is widely used for the formation of C-C, C-O and C-N bonds. However, the use of Palladium(II)…

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Welcome to GalChimia Letters!
January 1, 2008
· Editorial

Welcome to our newsletter, Doing Chemistry. Since this is the first issue we believe necessary to establish the “broad and scope”…

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