Cyclopropylboronic acid (also name as Cyclopropaneboronic acid, Cyclopropylboranediol) is an organobornic acid commonly used as reagent in efficient Suzuki-type coupling reactions with a range of substrates, such as aryl and heteroarybromides, Azoles, Amides, Sulfonamides and Pridinols.
Cyclopropylboronic acid: synthesis and Suzuki cross-coupling reactions. 
Copper-Mediated N-Cyclopropylation of Azoles, Amides, and Sulfonamides by Cyclopropylboronic Acid. 
Microwave-assisted N-cyclopropylation of pyridinols with cyclopropyl boronic acid. 
Facile synthesis of aryl(het)cyclopropane catalyzed by palladacycle. 
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