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2020

Smith, Andrew J. and Dimitrova, Daniela and Arokianathar, Jude N. and Clark, Kenneth F. and Poole, Darren L. and Leach, Stuart G. and Murphy, John A. (2020) Et3SiH + KOtBu provide multiple reactive intermediates that compete in the reactions and rearrangements of benzylnitriles and indolenines. Chemical Science, 11 (45). pp. 12364-12370. ISSN 2041-6520

Smith, Andrew J. and Dimitrova, Daniela and Arokianathar, Jude N. and Kolodziejczak, Krystian and Young, Allan and Allison, Mark and Poole, Darren L. and Leach, Stuart G. and Parkinson, John A. and Tuttle, Tell and Murphy, John A. (2020) New reductive rearrangement of N-Arylindoles triggered by the Grubbs-Stoltz reagent Et3SiH/KOtBu. Chemical Science, 11 (14). pp. 3719-3726. ISSN 2041-6520

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