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Stereoselectivity is often critical in such cases: the potency of a macrocyclic compound can depend on the stereochemistry of its alkene; alternatively, one isomer of the compound can be subjected to stereoselective modification (such as dihydroxylation).
(Nature, )

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Here, the authors show that graphene based catalysts can also catalyse alkene and acetylene hydrogenation.
(Nature Communications, )

Our model for Fdc1/UbiD catalysis offers new routes in alkene hydrocarbon production or aryl (de)carboxylation.
(Nature, )

Here, the authors report base-stabilized heavy analogues of the smallest bridgehead alkene, with silicon occupying the vertices.
(Nature Communications, )

An important source of atmospheric hydroxyl radicals is from the dissociation of Criegee intermediates produced in alkene ozonolysis reactions.
(Nature Chemistry, )

However, the intermolecular incorporation of both carbon- and nitrogen-based functionalities stereoselectively across an alkene has not been reported.
(Nature, )

In this way, hazardous SiH4 is unleashed from appropriately substituted precursors and engages in alkene hydrosilylation promoted by the same boron catalyst.
(Nature Chemistry, )

This C–C bond forming reaction readily accommodates a broad range of alkene and electron-deficient arene reactants, and has been used in the direct arylation of benzylic C–H bonds.
(Nature, )

The reaction methodology allows for the intermolecular, stereospecific formation of one carbon–carbon and one carbon–nitrogen bond across an alkene, which is, to our knowledge, unprecedented.
(Nature, )

The approach works across a wide range of reductive alkene and alkyne functionlization reactions including hydroboration, hydrosilylation, hydrogenation, hydrovinylation and
(Nature Chemistry, )

An iron catalyst has been developed that mediates bond formation between a wide range of alkene reactants, opening up short synthetic routes to compounds that were previously accessible only through arduous pathways.
(Nature, )

This Review discusses attempts to achieve this challenging goal with a particular focus on reactions that exploit alkene isomerizations to effect transit of the catalyst from a reactive alkene to a distant sp3 centre.
(Nature Chemistry, )

An international team of scientists has developed a new way to produce single-layer graphene from a simple precursor: ethene -- also known as ethylene -- the smallest alkene molecule, which contains just two atoms of carbon.
(Science Daily - News, )

This molecular robot can be programmed to stereoselectively produce, in a sequential one-pot operation, an excess of any one of four possible diastereoisomers from the addition of a thiol and an alkene to an α,β-unsaturated aldehyde in a tandem reaction process.
(Nature, )

Macrocyclic compounds are central to the development of new drugs, but preparing them can be challenging because of the energy barrier that must be surmounted in order to bring together and fuse the two ends of an acyclic precursor such as an alkene (also known as an olefin).
(Nature, )

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