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Di-tert-butyl hydrazodicarboxylate, is used as starting reagent during the four-step synthesis of the aminobicyclopyrazolone hydrochloride. It was used as reagent during Pd-catalyzed amination reactions of halo-pyridine substrates.
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Effective catalyst, in combination with CuCl : phenanthroline, for the aerobic oxidation of a variety of alcohols, aliphatic primary or secondary, benzylic or allylic to aldehydes or ketones. The method has potential as an ecologically benign process, since water is the only by-product: J. Org. Chem., 64, 2433 (1999):