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Quantity 2 offers generally with the addition reactions of delocalized carbanions (enolates) and their artificial kin (metalloenamines, enol ethers, allyl organometallics) with carbonyl compounds, imines and iminium ions. significant emphasis is put on C-C bond-forming reactions comparable to the aldol and Mannich reactions. Acylation reactions also are incorporated during this quantity. a number of themes that experience now not formerly been reviewed are coated, together with using enzymatic aldol reactions in synthesis and the Passerini-Ugi reactions.

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