Cross-coupling reactions are those in which two different starting materials, each of which is usually endowed with an activating group, are reacted together with the aid of a metal catalyst. The result is the loss of the two activating groups and the formation of a new covalent bond between the remaining fragments.
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|9||″||skos:definition||Cross-coupling reactions are those in which two different starting materials, each of which is usually endowed with an activating group, are reacted together with the aid of a metal catalyst. The result is the loss of the two activating groups and the formation of a new covalent bond between the remaining fragments.|
|11||″||skos:historyNote||[skos:definition - 2014.01.21] A coupling reaction in organic chemistry is a catch-all term for a variety of reactions where two hydrocarbon fragments are coupled with the aid of a metal catalyst.|
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