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The Rauhut-Currier reaction is an organic reaction describing the dimerization or isomerization of enones by action of an organophosphine of the type R3P. The reaction mechanism is essentially that of the related and better known Baylis-Hillman reaction (DABCO not phosphine, carbonyl not enone) but the Rauhut-Currier reaction actually predates it by several years.
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