Organometallics: transition metals in organic synthesis

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Organometallics: transition metals in organic synthesis. / Davies, Paul.

In: Annual Reports Section "B" (Organic Chemistry), Vol. 104, 01.01.2008, p. 68-87.

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title = "Organometallics: transition metals in organic synthesis",
abstract = "Homogeneous noble-metal catalysis by activation of carbon–carbon π-systems has expanded significantly in 2007 with numerous exciting advances being reported. Key advances in the application and understanding of metathesis processes have continued this year.",
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