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L-selectride, is an organic compound. It is used in organic chemistry as a reducing agent, for example in the reduction of a ketone, as part of Overman's synthesis of strychnine.
Additional recommended knowledge
N-selectride and K-selectride is the same compound but instead of lithium as cation they have sodium and potassium cations respectively.
Categories: Borohydrides | Reducing agents
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