Keshav Raghuvanshi

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C-H oxygenations of synthetically meaningful sulfoximine benzamides were accomplished by a versatile ruthenium catalysis regime. The ruthenium(II) catalyst was characterized by excellent mono- and chemoselectivity as well as positional selectivity via facile base-assisted intramolecular electrophilic substitution-type (BIES) C-H activation. The synthetic(More)
Heteroaryl-substituted arenes and heteroarenes were efficiently amidated through ruthenium-catalyzed C-H bond functionalizations with a variety of sulfonyl azides. Particularly, cationic ruthenium(II) complexes proved to be most effective and allowed nitrogenations of electron-rich and electron-deficient arenes with ample substrate scope.
Intermolecular C-H acyloxylations of phenols with removable directing groups were accomplished with a versatile ruthenium catalyst. Specifically, a cationic ruthenium(II) complex, formed in situ, enabled the chemoselective C-H oxygenations of a broad range of substrates. The catalyst proved tolerant of synthetically valuable functional groups, and the(More)
In(OTf)3-catalyzed robust and sustainable one-pot access to previously unknown and synthetically demanding polysubstituted pyrroles via [3 + 2] annulation of α-oxoketene-N,S-acetals with β-nitrostyrenes has been achieved under solvent-free conditions. The merit of this domino Michael addition/cyclization sequence is highlighted by its operational(More)
Ruthenium(II) bis(carboxylate)s proved highly effective for two decarboxylative C-H alkenylation strategies. The decarboxylation proceeded efficiently at rather low temperatures. The unique versatility of the decarboxylative ruthenium(II) catalysis is reflected in the oxidative olefinations with alkenes as well as the redox-neutral hydroarylations of(More)
Ruthenium(II) oxidase catalysis by direct dioxygen-coupled turnover enabled step-economical oxidative C-H alkenylation reactions at ambient pressure. Versatile ruthenium(II) biscarboxylate catalysts displayed ample substrate scope and proved applicable to weakly coordinating and removable directing groups. The twofold C-H functionalization strategy was(More)
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