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an organic compound that contains a hydroxyl group bonded to a carbon atom which in turn is doubly bonded to another carbon atom

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Combustion fuel additives comprising metal enolates.
Ian Paterson described the synthesis of complex acyclic and macrocyclic polypropionate derived-natural products based on optimized strategies for stereoselective formation of syn-syn and anti-syn aldol adducts using tin and boron enolates.
Aldol and Michael Additions of Allyls, Enolates, and Enolate Equivalents
The remaining 12 chapters are presented in the same thorough, clearly organized format, with topics that include structural organomanganese chemistry, structures and reaction mechanisms of manganese oxidants, organomangenese-mediated radical reactions, and the chemistry of manganese enolates.
The asymmetric generation of [alpha]-hydroxy ketones has been achieved by oxidation of silyl enolates of ketones by using salen-type catalysts [18] and oxidants such as NaOCl, N-oxides, etc.