Olefination

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  • Published date: March 11, 2019
    • Shirley, New York, United States

Olefination represents the reaction that introduces carbon-carbon double bonds into a chemical molecule to form the olefins (C=C, also known as alkene). Given the significant effect of C=C on enhancing the pharmacological activity and altering several physicochemical properties for many compounds, olefin products are, therefore, widely utilized in the fields of chemical research, pharmaceutical industry and agriculture.

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