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Does anyone have access to this publication?

BlackDragon2712 - 27-6-2015 at 23:00

Does anyone of you guys have access to this publication so you may want to share it with me? :)?

Link: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/chem.201001377/ab...

Thanks in advance!

madcedar - 28-6-2015 at 03:46

Find attached:

A Useful, Reliable and Safer Protocol for Hydrogenation and the Hydrogenolysis of O-Benzyl Groups: The In Situ Preparation of an Active Pd0/C Catalyst with Well-Defined Properties.

I got it from http://www.sci-hub.org. That's the first port of call for searching for papers. Otherwise ask a moderator for access to the References section of this site as that's where requests for refernces are supposed to be posted. Enjoy. :)

Attachment: A Useful Reliable and Safer Protocol for Hydrogenation and the Hydrogenolysis of O-Benzyl Groups.pdf (380kB)
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[Edited on 28-6-2015 by madcedar]

smaerd - 28-6-2015 at 07:40

Very nice find

Crowfjord - 28-6-2015 at 09:35

That is pretty nifty. I wonder if palladium chloride could substitute for the acetate or barring that, if the acetate can be made in an efficient manner from the chloride?

BlackDragon2712 - 28-6-2015 at 11:05

Oh! Thank you so so much!:D

IrC - 28-6-2015 at 15:50

Sorry 'www.sci hub.org ' does not exist or is not available.

I get that every time I click on your link.

j_sum1 - 28-6-2015 at 15:54

Quote: Originally posted by IrC  
Sorry 'www.sci hub.org ' does not exist or is not available.

I get that every time I click on your link.

Try without the hyphen.
http://www.scihub.org/search.html

BlackDragon2712 - 28-6-2015 at 16:28

The same happened to me but I found another one that works just as good:

http://gen.lib.rus.ec/

CuReUS - 28-6-2015 at 23:08

Quote: Originally posted by IrC  
Sorry 'www.sci hub.org ' does not exist or is not available.

I get that every time I click on your link.

Its because elseiver is suing them for damages.but they will be back within a week
https://torrentfreak.com/sci-hub-tears-down-academias-illega...

DistractionGrating - 17-3-2016 at 06:28

FWIW, it is now https://sci-hub.io/

arkoma - 17-3-2016 at 07:25

Bookz is still up too, related to lib-gen somehow.

edit:

jsum was right on about working link http://scihub.org/search/

[Edited on 3-17-2016 by arkoma]

gsd - 17-3-2016 at 07:55

It appears that scihub.org and sci-hub.org are different projects.
1st looks like American, sci-hub originated from erstwhile USSR.

gsd