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'Radical' new approach to connecting carbon atoms: Novel pathway bypasses need for reactive functional groups

A team of researchers at Princeton University has devised an innovative approach to form valuable carbon-carbon bonds from ubiquitous but traditionally unreactive carbon-hydrogen bonds.
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