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CISi(OEt)3 3. 2 equiv) THF, 30 °C, 48-72 h "" 66-98% Si(OEt) 3 43 Chapter 1. Organometallics Applications in Natural Products The Hiyama cross-coupling reaction has not been highly represented in the preparation of natural products compared to the Negishi, Stille, and Suzuki reactions. DeShong utilized this key step in synthetic studies towards several natural products. 40 Elaboration of 54 to phenanthrol 55 was accomplished in six steps. Finally phenanthrol ring expansion provided racemic jV-acetyl colchinol-0-methyl ether (56).