Acylsilane

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The structure of a typical acylsilane.

Acylsilanes are a group of chemical compounds sharing a common functional group with the general structure R(CO)-SiR3. Acylsilanes are starting compounds in the Brook rearrangement with vinyl lithium compounds to silyl enol ethers [1].

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^ The reactivity of α- and β-iodo propenoylsilanes: an alternative access to polyunsaturated acylsilanes Alessandro Degl’Innocenti, Antonella Capperucci, Patrizia Scafato,Antonella Telesca Arkivoc 0-005A 2000 Article