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Use of a rhodium catalyst with electron-rich and bulky chiral diphosphine ligands having C2-symmetry allowed efficient dehydrogenative silylation of the C(sp(2))-H bond of ferrocenes leading to… (More)
Use of a bismuth catalyst allowed efficient dehydrative substitution of phenolic hydroxy groups with alcohols and thiols to form C-O and C-S bonds. The reaction required equimolar amounts of two… (More)
Treatment of arylacetylenes and cyanogen bromide in ClCH(2)CH(2)Cl with a catalytic amount of GaCl(3) afforded (Z)-β-bromoacrylonitriles with high regio- and stereoselectivity.
The combination of a catalytic amount of Re2O7 and triphenyl phosphite as a reductant is effective for the deoxygenation of unactivated aliphatic epoxides to alkenes. The reaction proceeds… (More)
Azulene-fused polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) were synthesized from commercially available azulene in four steps. The resulting azulene conjugates exhibited significantly narrow HOMO-LUMO… (More)
While cyclopropanes have been explored as synthetically valuable building blocks, their transformation without conjugated substituents or directly substituted heteroatoms remains challenging. The… (More)
A novel palladium- and copper-catalyzed one-pot multicomponent synthesis of hetero α,α'-dimers of heterocycles via Sonogashira coupling and double cyclization cascade involving imine formation has… (More)
Stoichiometric amounts of oxidants are widely used as promoters (hydrogen acceptors) in dehydrogenative silylation of C-H bonds. However, the present study demonstrates that silylative and… (More)
A novel anti-Markovnikov addition reaction of methanetricarboxylates with terminal acetylenes under neutral conditions was achieved using a rhenium complex. This transformation represents a rare… (More)
The reaction of carbonyl-ene-nitrile compounds with propargyl carboxylates in the presence of a catalytic amount of PtCl(2) afforded the alpha-alkylidene-N-furylimines with high stereoselectivities.