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Org. , 1980, 45, 153. D. E. McClure, B. H. Arison, and J. J. Baldwin, J. A m . Chem. , 1979, 101, 3666. E. Hungerbuehler, D. Seebac , and D. Wasmuth, Angew. , Int. Ed. , 1979,16, 958. B. Marsman and H. Wynberg, J. Org. , 1979, 44, 2312. V. Schurig, B. Koppenhoefer, and W. Buerkle, Angew. , Int. Ed. , 1978, 17,937. V. Schurig, B. Koppenhoefer, and W. Buerkle. J. Org. , 1980, 45, 538. 11 Three-Membered Ring Systems have been achieved for the propene and butene oxides, using the optically active complexing agent nickel(II)-bis[(R )-heptafluorobutanylcamphorate] in squalene.

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