By Boy Cornils (Editor), Wolfgang A. Herrmann (Editor)
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Suzuki/Pd . Ullmann/Pd, Rh, Ni a) . Wittig/all-organic [48 y, z] [49 a] [46 d; 49 c; 50 j] [49 d] [49 e] [49 f – i; 50 g] [49 j] [46 d] [46 d; 49 k] [46 x] [49 l] [49 m – o; 50 i] [49 p, q, x] [49 u, w] [49 r] . a) All-organic (or organic or organo) catalysts, cf. [49 s]. 15 16 1 Introduction Fig. 9 How do ligands of aqueous oxo catalysts compare with each other? Oxo catalyst HRh(CO )L3, with L ¼ TPPTS, BISBIS, NORBOS or BINAS . Fig. 10 Miscibility of organic solvents. —— miscible in all proportions; – – – – – limited miscibility; · · · · · little miscibility; no line, immiscible.
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