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Default Remote-Stereocontrol in Dienamine Catalysis: Z-Dienamine Preferences and Electrophile–Catalyst Interaction Revealed by NMR and Computational Studies

Remote-Stereocontrol in Dienamine Catalysis: Z-Dienamine Preferences and Electrophile–Catalyst Interaction Revealed by NMR and Computational Studies

Andreas Seegerer, Johnny Hioe, Michael M. Hammer, Fabio Morana, Patrick J. W. Fuchs and Ruth M. Gschwind



Journal of the American Chemical Society
DOI: 10.1021/jacs.6b04008




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