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DOI: 10.1055/sos-SD-020-00757

Phillips, A. J.; Love, C. E.Science of Synthesis, (200720827.

General Introduction

Previous information on the synthesis of esters by rearrangement can be found in HoubenWeyl, Vol. E 5/1. Because of the very broad nature of this topic, and the lack of general procedures for many rearrangement reactions, the reader is directed to citations of the extensive review literature on specific reactions.

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