Reductive amination of aliphatic carbonyls using low-valent titanium reagent: a convenient route to free primary amines
Publication Type:Journal Article
Source:Journal of Chemical Research, Science Reviews 2000 Ltd, Volume 2002, Number 6, p.253–254 (2002)
A simple procedure for reductive amination of aliphatic carbonyls, giving direct access to free primary amines using low-valent titanium (LVT) reagent has been reported.
Cite this Research Publication
S. Rele, Banerji, A., and Talukdar, S., “Reductive amination of aliphatic carbonyls using low-valent titanium reagent: a convenient route to free primary amines”, Journal of Chemical Research, vol. 2002, pp. 253–254, 2002.
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