Science of Synthesis

Houben-weyl Methods of Molecular Transformations by D. Bellus

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This is the most challenging aspect of the synthesis, where the para-acetyl group of this compound must be transformed to a propionic acid processes achieve this transformation through rather different strategies, as we will soon see.

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