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Experimental Procedures for Barbier Reactions

  • Cornelis Blomberg
Part of the Reactivity and Structure: Concepts in Organic Chemistry book series (REACTIVITY, volume 31)

Abstract

In general, not only experimental skill and experience are required to carry out a planned organic synthesis. Some precautions have to be taken and some conditions have to be fulfilled-the so-called ‘tricks’ of the specialist-in order to obtain the best possible results.

Keywords

Grignard Reagent Allyl Chloride Magnesium Powder Prop Argyl Bromide Grignard Reaction 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Cornelis Blomberg
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  1. 1.AbcoudeThe Netherlands

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