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Useful Reviews

*Oxidation - Ammonium cerium(IV) nitrate:
  • Cerium(IV) ammonium nitrate as a catalyst in organic synthesis Chemical Reviews (Washington, DC, United States) (2010), 110(6), 3805-3849
  • Recent advances in CAN mediated reactions in organic synthesis Tetrahedron (2009), 65(52), 10745-10755
  • Mild and neutral deprotections catalyzed by cerium(IV) ammonium nitrate Accounts of Chemical Research (2007), 40(6), 381-392
  • Cerium(IV) Ammonium Nitrate-A Versatile Single-Electron Oxidant Chemical Reviews (2007), 107(5), 1862-1891
  • Ceric(IV) ammonium nitrate in carbohydrate chemistry Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy, Part A: Physical Sciences (2005), 71(3&4), 309-326
  • Recent Advances in Synthetic Transformations Mediated by Cerium(IV) Ammonium Nitrate, Accounts of Chemical Research (2004), 37(1), 21-30
  • Carbon-heteroatom bond-forming reactions mediated by cerium(IV) ammonium nitrate: An overview, Synlett (2003), (2), 156-165
  • Versatile reagent ceric ammonium nitrate in modern chemical synthesis Current Science (2001), 81(8), 1043-1053
  • Convenient synthesis of C-branched carbohydrates from glycals Bioorganic Chemistry (1999), 160-165
  • Generation of radical species by one electron oxidation with metallic compounds for the construction of carbon skeletons Pure and Applied Chemistry (1997), 69(3), 601-604
  • Ceric ammonium nitrate - a versatile oxidizing reagent Journal fuer Praktische Chemie/Chemiker-Zeitung (1994), 336(5), 470-2

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    *Reduction - Sodium borohydride:
  • Catalytic enantioselective reduction using sodium borohydride Speciality Chemicals Magazine (2008), 28(1), 44-47
  • Recent methodologies mediated by sodium borohydride in the reduction of different classes of compounds Ap. Organometallic Chemistry (2006), 20(11), 798-810
  • Asymmetric Reductions Involving Borohydrides: A Practical Asymmetric Reduction of Ketones Mediated by (L)-TarB-NO2: A Chiral Lewis Acid Organic Process Research & Development (2006), 10(5), 949-958
  • New organic synthetic methods using the NaBH4/I2 system ACS Symposium Series (2001), 783(Organoboranes for Syntheses), 65-78
  • Methods of enhancement of reactivity and selectivity of sodium borohydride for applications in organic synthesis Journal of Organometallic Chemistry (2000), 609(1-2), 137-151
  • Merits of sodium borohydride reductions under phase transfer catalysis - part II Chimica Oggi (2000), 18(7/8), 39-43
  • Merits of sodium borohydride reductions under phase transfer catalysis - part I Chimica Oggi (2000), 18(6), 39-44
  • Chemoselective reduction of carbonyl compounds with metal hydrides and antimony halides Recent Research Developments in Pure & Applied Chemistry (1997), 1, 193-204
  • Sodium borohydride in carboxylic acid media: a phenomenal reduction system Chemical Society Reviews (1998), 27(6), 395-404
  • A reduction powerhouse [using sodium borohydride and carboxylic acids] CHEMTECH (1996), 26(12), 26-31
  • New routes for the synthesis of organo metallic reagents, Current Science (1995), 68(9), 883-5
  • Sodium borohydride in carboxylic acid media. Org. Prep. Proc.Int. (1985), 17(4-5), 317-84
  • Catalyzed reductions of organofunctional groups with sodium borohydride Journal of Molecular Catalysis (1983), 18(3), 273-97
  • Sodium borohydride and amine-boranes, commercially important reducing agents Pure and Applied Chemistry (1977), 49(6), 733-43
  • Sodium Borohydride Digest
  • http://www.dow.com/products/pharmaceutical/chemical_reagents/reducing_agents/sodium_borohydride/landing.page?industry=1000431&application=1120785

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    *Reduction - Sodium cyanoborohydride:
  • Sodium cyanoborohydride. Highly selective reducing agent, Aldrichimica Acta (1975), 8(1), 3-10
  • Sodium cyanoborohydride, a highly selective reducing agent for organic functional groups Synthesis (1975), (3), 135-46

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    *Reduction - Sodium triacetoxyborohydride:
  • A Review on the Use of Sodium Triacetoxyborohydride in the Reductive Amination of Ketones and Aldehydes Organic Process Research & Development (2006), 10(5), 971-1031
  • Use of sodium triacetoxyborohydride in reductive amination of ketones and aldehydes ACS Symposium Series (1996), 641(Reductions in Organic Synthesis), 201-216.
  • Sodium borohydride in carboxylic acid media: a phenomenal reduction system Chemical Society Reviews (1998), 27(6), 395-404
  • A reduction powerhouse [using sodium borohydride and carboxylic acids] CHEMTECH (1996), 26(12), 26-31
  • Sodium borohydride in carboxylic acid media. Org. Prep. Proc.Int. (1985), 17(4-5), 317-84

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