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Cross-coupling of aromatic bromides with allylic silanolate salts.
The sodium salts of allyldimethylsilanol and 2-butenyldimethylsilanol undergo palladium-catalyzed cross-coupling with a wide variety of aryl bromides to afford allylated and crotylated arenes. The… Expand
On the stereochemical course of palladium-catalyzed cross-coupling of allylic silanolate salts with aromatic bromides.
The stereochemical course of palladium-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions of an enantioenriched, alpha-substituted, allylic silanolate salt with aromatic bromides has been investigated. The allylic… Expand
Cross‐Coupling with Organosilicon Compounds
- Wen Tau T. Chang, R. C. Smith, Christopher S. Regens, Aaron D. Bailey, N. Werner, S. Denmark
- 16 December 2011
Organosilicon functions possess many properties that make them ideal donors of organic groups in cross-coupling reactions. Through the addition of an appropriate silicophilic Lewis base, an in situ… Expand
γ-Selective cross-coupling of allylic silanolate salts with aromatic bromides using trialkylphosphonium tetrafluoroborate salts prepared directly from phosphine•borane adducts.
The γ-selective, palladium-catalyzed cross-coupling of sodium (Z)-2-butenyldiethylsilanolate with a variety of aromatic bromides is reported. The protocol provides high yields (73-94%) and site… Expand
Synthesis of 2-substituted biaryls via Cu/Pd-catalyzed decarboxylative cross-coupling of 2-substituted potassium benzoates: 4-Methyl-2'-nitrobiphenyl and 2-acetyl-4'-methylbiphenyl: [Biphenyl,…
Cross-Coupling with Organosilicon Compounds
Cross‐Coupling of Aromatic Bromides with Allylic Silanolate Salts.
On the Stereochemical Course of Palladium‐Catalyzed Cross‐Coupling of Allylic Silanolate Salts with Aromatic Bromides.
Motion Planning for Climbing Mobility with Implementation on a Wall-Climbing Robot
- K. Albee, Antonio Terán Espinoza, K. Andreyeva, N. Werner, H. Chen, Tamas Sarvary
- Computer Science
- IEEE Aerospace Conference
- 2 March 2019
This paper proposes a planning framework that poses kinematic climbing planning as a discrete optimal planning problem. Expand