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Silyl enol ether
Silyl enol ethers are important intermediates in organic synthesis.
Silyl enol ethers react as nucleophiles in:
In the Saegusa oxidation certain silyl enol ethers are oxidized to enones with palladium(II) acetate. In the original publication  the amount of palladium is less than stochiometric and 1,4-benzoquinone is used as sacrificial catalyst. The intermediate is an oxo-allylpalladium complex.
Ketene silyl acetals
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