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Issue 33, 2009
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Recent perspectives on main group-mediated dehydrocoupling of P–P bonds

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Abstract

Transition metal-mediated dehydrocoupling is a developing synthetic tool for the preparation of an extensive range of main group element–element bonded species, with broad applications to molecular and polymeric materials. Recent results have stressed the relationship between this class of transition metal reagents and their entirely main group counterparts. But what are the similarities and differences between transition metal and main group systems?

Graphical abstract: Recent perspectives on main group-mediated dehydrocoupling of P–P bonds

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Submitted
20 Apr 2009
Accepted
02 Jun 2009
First published
06 Jul 2009

Chem. Commun., 2009, 4929-4937
Article type
Feature Article

Recent perspectives on main group-mediated dehydrocoupling of P–P bonds

R. J. Less, R. L. Melen, V. Naseri and D. S. Wright, Chem. Commun., 2009, 4929
DOI: 10.1039/B907823A

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