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Roush, M. A. Adam and S. M. , 24, 1377 (1983); R. S. , _J_. Org. , 48, 409~O983). 5-14 B. H. , J. Org. , 48, 546, 3306, 3334 (1983). "Chemistry of Higher Order Mixed Cuprates. 5-15 M. E. Jung and P. K. Lewis, Synth. , 13, 213 (1983); P. , 24,1717, 3721 (1983). 5-16 L. Hamon and J. Levisalles, J. Organometal. , 251, 133; 253, 259 (1983); A. E. , J. , W, 4763 (1983). 1 "2 R'CHCR^ 0 MeCuCNLi ^ Et 2 0, DMF 1 ii p R'CHCR^ Me Comparison with Me 2 CuLi. 5-17 A. J. Pearson, S. L. Kole and B. Chen, J. Am.
E. , Synth. , 13, 449 (1983). t OSiMe. Me 3 Si N s RCHO 0 TiCl 4 Me OH 0 HMJ R \v JK Me3Si * \ r Me 82-98% (100% Threo) I . A . 7 . a . l a - 1 4 T. Mukaiyama et a l . , Chem. L e t t . , 297, 595, 1727, 1799, 1825 (1983); S. Kozima et a l . la-15 R. Baker and J . A. Devlin, Chem. , 147 (1983); I . Patterson, S. K. Patel and J . R. Porter, Tetrahedron L e t t . , 24, 3395 (1983); M. Braun and R. Devant, Angew. , 22, 788 (1983). o I . A . 7 . a . l a - 1 6 T. Imamoto, T. Kusumoto and M. Yokoyama, Tetrahedron L e t t .
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Annual Reports in Organic Synthesis–1983 by Martin J. O'Donnell and Louis M. Weiss (Eds.)