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Transition Metal Catalysis In The Pharmaceutical Industry

C. Busacca, Daniel R Fandrick, J. Song, C. Senanayake
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1.1 Overview of Catalysis 1.2 Transition Metal Catalysis in the Pharmaceutical Industry 1.2.1 Cross-Couplings for the Formation of Carbon–Carbon Bonds 1.2.2 Cross-Couplings for the Formation of Carbon–Heteroatom Bonds 1.2.3 Asymmetric Hydrogenation 1.2.4 Oxidative Catalysis 1.2.5 Asymmetric Addition Reactions 1.2.6 Metathesis 1.3 Challenges in Taking Catalysis to Industrial Scales 1.4 Summary and Future Outlook References
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