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Introduction II. Generation of Cation Radicals from Organostannanes for Carbon-Carbon Bond-Forming Reactions A. Oxidation of AUylic Sulfides and Enamines B. Oxidation of a-Stannyl Sulfides, Amines, and Ethers III. Generation of Alkylideneaminyl Radicals from Oximes A. Synthesis of Quinoline Derivatives Advances in Free Radical Chemistry Volume 2, pages 4 5 - ^ . Copyright €> 1999 by JAI Press Inc. All rights of reproduction in any form reserved. ISBN: 1-55938-321-6 45 46 46 46 49 73 73 46 TETSUHIRO MIKAMI and KOICHI NARASAKA B.
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