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A method for nickel-catalyzed asymmetric carbon dioxide (CO2) incorporation via carbon-carbon bond formation was developed. In the presence of a catalytic amount of Ni(acac)2 and MeO-MOP, various bis-1,3-dienes reacted with CO2 (1 atm) and a diorganozinc reagent (Me2Zn or Ph2Zn) to afford cyclic carboxylic acids in good yields (71-100%) and with high… (More)
Novel alkenylative cyclization of enyne was developed using Cp*RuCl(cod) under ethylene gas at room temperature.
Carbapenam is a very important skeleton of beta-lactam antibiotics, and it has a highly strained structure. When enynes 9 were treated with RuH(2)CO(PPh(3))(3) (10 mol %) in toluene upon heating, carbapenams 10 were obtained in good yields.
Various alkynes and alkenes having a tethered ether group undergo methylalumination reactions with unprecedented regio- and stereoselectivity in the presence of a cationic half-sandwich alkylscandium species as a catalyst. The oxygen atom of the ether group plays an important role in controlling the selectivity, possibly by coordinating to the metal center.… (More)
Novel synthetic procedure of heterocycles was developed using nickel-mediated alkylative carboxylation, and the total synthesis of erythrocarine was achieved using this method and RCM of dienyne as the key steps. [reaction: see text]
Efficient synthesis of 2-aryloxy-3-butenoic acid esters by allylic C-H bond carboxylation of allyl aryl ethers with CO2 has been achieved through deprotonative alumination with an aluminium ate compound (iBu3Al(TMP)Li) followed by NHC-copper-catalysed carboxylation of the resulting aryloxy allylaluminum species. Functional groups such as halogens (F, Cl,… (More)
The sequential hydroalumination or methylalumination of various alkynes catalyzed by different catalyst systems, such those based on Sc, Zr, and Ni complexes, and the subsequent carboxylation of the resulting alkenylaluminum species with CO2 catalyzed by an N-heterocyclic carbene (NHC)-copper catalyst have been examined in detail. The regio- and… (More)
The alkylative carboxylation of allenamide catalyzed by an N-heterocyclic carbene (NHC)-copper(I) complex [(IPr)CuCl] with CO2 and dialkylzinc reagents was investigated. The reaction of allenamides with dialkylzinc reagents (1.5 equiv) and CO2 (1 atm.) proceeded smoothly in the presence of a catalytic quantity of [(IPr)CuCl] to afford… (More)