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Bot. 47:429 Lovatt CJ, Dugger WM (1984) Biochernistry of the Essential Ultratrace Elements, Vol. , Chap. 17, Plenum, New York, NY. Hunt CD (1989) Biological Trace Element Research 22:201 Matteson DS (1987) in: Hartley F, Patai S (eds) The Chernistry of the Metal-Carbon Bond, John Wiley and Sons, vol4, p 307 Matteson DS, Krämer E. (1968) J. Am. Chern. Soc. 90:7261 Brown HC, Bhat NG, Sornayaji V (1983) Organometallics 2:1311 Matteson DS, Thornas JR (1970) J. Organomet. Chern. 24:263 Sadhu KM, Matteson DS, Hurst GD, Kurosky JM (1984) Organometallics 3:804 Matteson DS, Campbell JD (1990) Heteroatorn Chernistry 1:109 Matteson DS, Tripathy PB, Sarkar A, Sadhu KM (1989) J.

11:399 Matteson DS, Cheng TC (1968) J. Org. Chern. 33:3055 Mikhail I, Kaufmann D (1990) J. Organornet. Chern. 398:53 Castle RB, Matteson DS (1968) J. Am. Chern. Soc. 90:2194 Castle RB, Matteson DS (1969) J. Organomet. Chern. , Vol. 48, Borverbindungen, part 16:37 Matteson DS, Mah RWH (1963) J. Org. Chern. 28:2171 Matteson DS (1962) J. Org. Chern. 27:275 Cole TE, Haly BD (1992) Organometallics 11:652 Brown HC, Cole TE, Srebnik M (1985) Organornetallics 4:1788 Brown HC, Srebnik M, Cole TE (1986) Organornetallics 5:2300 Brown HC, Vasurnathi N, Joshi NN (1993) Organornetallics 12:1058 Letsinger RL, Skoog, I (1954) J.

Chern. 1 Introduction This chapter provides abrief overview of organoborane reaction types. Reaction mechanisms are discussed, particularly with reference to whether they may or may not allow stereocontrol, but stereocontrolled applications are deferred to later chapters. 4). 2. 5. 1 Introduction Several oxidative boron-carbon bond cleavage reactions replace the boron atom stereospecifically with retention of configuration of the carbon atom, and therefore are particularly useful in asymmetric synthesis.

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