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Enantioselective organocatalysis has emerged as a powerful synthetic paradigm that is complementary to metal-catalysed transformations and has accelerated the development of new methods to make diverse chiral molecules. The operational simplicity, ready availability of catalysts and low toxicity associated with organocatalysis makes it an attractive method(More)
The inherent reactivity and functionality stored within aromatic systems provide numerous possibilities for the synthesis of 3-D organic structures via dearomatization processes.1,2 Under oxidizing conditions, the dearomatization of orthoand para-substituted phenols forms cyclohexadienones,3 and these products have found widespread use in the chemical(More)
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