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Trifluoromethylbenzeneboronic Acid

Today, the life science and pharmaceutical fields continue to develop at an amazing pace. In order to carry on such an impressive rate of drug discovery and development, a number of chemical compounds have been created to facilitate organic synthesis and chemistry. Among the most important of these compounds are boronic acids, such as benzeneboronic acid, naphthaleneboronic acid, and trifluoromethylbenzeneboronic acid, which act as versatile chemical precursors from which a wide range of chemical substances may be built. Indeed, boronic acids, which are stable in air, easy to handle, and form nontoxic byproducts, are most heavily utilized in Suzuki coupling reactions that quickly and effectively form carbon-carbon bonds, an essential step in innumerable chemical reactions.

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