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Cyclic transition states and cyclic intermediates in electrophilic additions to olefinic substances, with some remarks on cycloadditions
P. B. D. de la Mare
Science Progress (1933-)
Vol. 56, No. 222 (April 1968), pp. 243-258
Published by: Science Reviews 2000 Ltd.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43425719
Page Count: 16
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The classification of reactions leading to addition to olefinic compounds is discussed and exemplified particularly by reference to the cyclic and non-cyclic processes which result in additions of Brønsted acids and halogens. An attempt is made to analyse current usage of the term cyclo-addition.
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