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41 42 42 48 49 50 50 53 55 56 57 58 58 I INTRODUCTION This review will describe Lewis acid-catalyzed reactions such as allylsilylation, intramolecular allyl-migration, Friedel–Crafts alkylation, and hydrosilylation reactions commonly used in organosilicon chemistry. 1 The isolation and properties of silylenium ions is discussed by Mu¨ller in this volume (p. 155). This review will particularly focus on the Lewis acid-catalyzed reactions with unsaturated hydrocarbon compounds. 1b,3,4 It is useful to compare the reactivity and reaction patterns of various cationic organosilicon species in the Lewis acid-catalyzed reactions with those of their organic analogs.

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