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Chem. Commun., 2013,49, 261-263
10 Sep 2012,
09 Nov 2012
First published online
09 Nov 2012
A substrate-independent selective generation of enolates over homoenolate equivalents in NHC-catalyzed reactions of enals and chalcones is disclosed. Acid co-catalysts play vital roles in control of the reaction pathways, allowing for individual access to diverse products from identical substrates.
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