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  • Réaction de Mitsunobu — La réaction de Mitsunobu désigne, en chimie organique, la réaction de substitution nucléophile sur un alcool à l aide d un composé azo et d une phosphine. Elle tient son nom de chimiste japonais Oyo Mitsunobu qui a décrit en 1967 l acylation d un …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • Triphenylphosphine — Chembox new Name = Triphenylphosphine ImageFile = Triphenylphosphine structure.svg ImageName = Triphenylphosphine ImageFile1 = Triphenylphosphine ray 3D balls.png ImageName1 = Ball and stick model of the triphenylphosphine molecule IUPACName =… …   Wikipedia