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DOI: 10.1055/sos-SD-036-00003

Porter, M. J.Science of Synthesis, (20083638.

Alkoxysilanes (e.g., 41) can be oxidized to alcohols (e.g., 42) using molecular oxygen in the presence of either hydroquinone[‌135‌] or a flavindihydronicotinamide redox system.[‌136‌] In the former case, an atmosphere of air may be used in place of pure oxygen (Scheme 14). These systems are thought to operate by reduction of oxygen to hydrogen peroxide.

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