A mechanistic proposal for the protodeboronation of neat boronic acids: boronic acid mediated reaction in the solid state.

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Noonan, G ; Leach, AG
  • Publisher: Royal society of Chemistry
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A combined experimental and computational study suggests that a reduction in the entropy of activation in the solid state can lead to the protodeboronation of boronic acids.
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