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The microwave-assisted Dötz benzannulation process

Kerr, W.J. and Hutchinson, E.J. and Magennis, E.J. (2002) The microwave-assisted Dötz benzannulation process. Chemical Communications (London), 2002. pp. 2262-2263. ISSN 0009-241X

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Abstract

Chromium carbene-mediated Dötz benzannulation has been shown to proceed remarkably rapidly and with enhanced efficiency under developed microwave-assisted conditions.