Discovery of the Michael Reaction

Abstract

The reaction is named after the American chemist Arthur Michael (1853–1942), who was peculiar in both his career and research activity. Details about his career, achievements, and personality may be gleaned from his memoirs,[6] biographical articles,[7] and essays on his works.[8–10] None of these, however, provides sufficient background on the chemistry… (More)

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