Electrochemical use of chiral non-racemic diselenides

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Cox, Matthew;
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An electrochemical approach has previously been described for the selenenylation-deselenenylation of alkenes using diphenyl diselenide. The use of electrochemistry enabled diphenyl diselenide to be used in catalytic amounts to convert alkenes into allylic ethers. i 10 m... View more
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