Improved procedures for ethynylcarbinol hydration and oxime


Feb 1, 1975 - Improved procedures for ethynylcarbinol hydration and oxime reduction to amino alcohols. Melvin S. Newman, Ving Lee. J. Org. Chem. , 197...
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