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DOI: 10.1055/sos-SD-107-00059

Oishi, M.; Takikawa, H.Science of Synthesis Knowledge Updates, (2010493.

General Introduction

Among the growing number of papers on the synthetic application of triorganoaluminums and related compounds published in the period 2004–2010, selective carboalumination, catalytic enantioselective conjugate addition, and carbonyl addition of triorganoaluminums (see Sections,, and seem to be well-established methods for C–C bond formation. Furthermore, the activation of inert chemical bonds such as C–F bonds and C–H bonds are of increasing importance in organoaluminum chemistry.