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Revista Boliviana de Química

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BRAVO, José A  and  VILA, José L. Hydroboration, a brief historical review through mechanistic views, part I: alkyl-and aryl-substituted olefins, as addition-substrates; the organic chemistry notebook, N ° 15. Rev. Bol. Quim [online]. 2020, vol.37, n.1, pp. 46-63. ISSN 0250-5460.

Abstract The Organic Chemistry Notebook Series, a Didactical Approach, is the series designed with educational purposes in the organic synthesis field. With the present paper we add to a total of fourteen contributions so far in the series. This series of studies is designed to help students when getting started in the synthesis subject. The method of learning includes many fully and explicitly designed reactions step by step. The best manner to understand a synthesis is by means of graphical views, in this case, the ones proposed by the authors of this series, and, when in most of the cases they are accompanied by illustrative comments that describe the graphical mechanistic proposals and add some criteria deduced from the different mechanistic steps. During the past 14 chapters we have taken a series of reactions compiled by W. Carruthers in 'Some modern methods of organic synthesis', and we have proposed didactical and mechanistic views for them. Now we are boarding another important compiling source in the svnthesis studies: 'Advanced Oreanic Chemistrv. Part B: Reaction and Svnthesis' bv Francis A. Carev and Richard J. Sundberg. This theme is included in the chapter "Electrophilic additions to carbon-carbon múltiple bonds", and references therein.

Keywords : Organic Chemistry; Addition reaction; Múltiple bonds; Organoboranes; Hydroboration; Mechanisms of Reactions.

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