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A Method For The Selective Hydrogenation Of Alkenyl Halides To Alkyl Halides.

S. M. King, X. Ma, S. B. Herzon
Published 2014 · Chemistry, Medicine

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A general method for the selective hydrogenation of alkenyl halides to alkyl halides is described. Fluoro, chloro, bromo, iodo, and gem-dihaloalkenes are viable substrates for the transformation. The selectivity of the hydrogenation is consistent with reduction by a hydrogen atom transfer pathway.
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