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From inconsistent results to high speed hydrosilylation.

After noting that the presence of dihydrogen, generated in situ from the partial hydrolysis of a silane with residual water, significantly enhances the rate of the rhodium-catalysed hydrosilylation of acetophenone, we developed a high speed hydrosilylation reaction under dihydrogen pressure.[1]

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  1. From inconsistent results to high speed hydrosilylation. Comte, V., Balan, C., Le Gendre, P., Moïse, C. Chem. Commun. (Camb.) (2007) [Pubmed]
 
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