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February 8, 2010
Together At Last
Well, I have no particular need to make azo-linked compounds (see this morning's post for one reason!). And I have to say, although it's mechanistically interesting, I definitely feel no desire to make them by combining a hydroperoxide and a diazonium salt in one pot. This is not a moment destined to take its place alongside the legendary invention of the chocolate/peanut butter cup.
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