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Letter to the editor concerning : "carbon-heteroatom coupling using pd-peppsi complexes" by Valente et al.

Nelson, David J. and Nolan, Steven P. (2014) Letter to the editor concerning : "carbon-heteroatom coupling using pd-peppsi complexes" by Valente et al. Organic Process Research and Development, 18 (4). pp. 456-457. ISSN 1083-6160

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To the Editor: We write regarding a review, by Organ and co-workers, (DOI: 10.1021/op400278d) that was published on the 11th December 2013 in Organic Process Research & Development as a ‘Just Accepted’ manuscript, and more recently in its final form as an ASAP article.(1) The manuscript in question details work conducted on catalytic C–N and C–S bond formation using palladium precatalysts of the form [PdCl2(NHC)(py)] (where NHC = N-heterocyclic carbene and py = pyridine or a substituted variant thereof), predominantly conducted by the group of Professor Michael Organ (the corresponding author on the manuscript).