Synthetic and Mechanistic Organic Chemistry

@inproceedings{Minisci2013SyntheticAM,
  title={Synthetic and Mechanistic Organic Chemistry},
  author={Francesco Minisci and James B. Hendrickson and Curt Wentrup},
  year={2013}
}
Recent aspects of homolytic aromatic substitutions.- A General protocol for systematic synthesis design.- Rearrangements and interconversions of carbenes and nitrenes. 
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