Amandine Pons

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A catalytic asymmetric synthesis of halocyclopropanes is described. The developed method is based on a carbenoid cyclopropanation of 2-haloalkenes with tert-butyl α-cyano-α-diazoacetate using a chiral rhodium catalyst that permits access to a broad range of highly functionalized chiral halocyclopropanes (F, Cl, Br, and I) in good yields, moderate(More)
An efficient access to highly functionalized monofluorocyclopropanes is described. The developed methodology allowed straightforward access to a large panel of polysubstituted fluorinated cyclopropanes in good to excellent yields and good diastereoselectivities. The Rh-catalyzed cyclopropanation proved to be efficient on several fluorinated olefins and(More)
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