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Highly Efficient Olefin-Metathesis Catalysts
The authors describe the Piers' catalysts and detail latest progress in olefin-metathesis catalyst technology.


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23. The Cross-metathesis of 5-decene and 1,10-diacetoxy-5-decene with Catalyst 2b is Slightly Slower than that with the 2nd Generation Grubbs Catalyst 2. Materia (Pasadena, CA), unpublished results.

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