Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry

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Editor: Aileen Mitchell; Editorial Board Chairs: Sung Ho Kang, Keiji Maruoka, Deqing Zhang

Impact Factor: 3.275

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 16/59 (Chemistry Organic)

Online ISSN: 2193-5815

Associated Title(s): Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis, Chemistry – An Asian Journal, ChemNanoMat, European Journal of Organic Chemistry

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    Surrogates: In numerous iodine(III)-mediated methodologies that involve ketone compounds, the enol tautomer is expected to be the reactive species. In this context, the exploration of enol and ynol surrogates is of great interest. This Focus Review will describe the research involving these substrates to gain insight into the similarities and disparities observed in their reactivity profiles.