The use of reactive chemical bonds has long been the primary focus of organic synthesis. However, various unreactive chemical bonds, such as C-H, C-C, C-N, C-O, and C-F bonds are now beginning to be used in organic transformations. The use of unreactive bonds would provide new possibilities for developing new synthetic methodologies and lead to conceptual diversification of synthetic methodology. I wish to present the Ni-catalyzed activation of C-F bonds and the metal-free activation of C-H bonds.
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