Nicolas Das Neves

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Complex cyclic azomethine imines possessing a β-aminocarbonyl motif can be accessed readily from simple alkenes and hydrazones. This alkene aminocarbonylation approach allows formation of ketone-derived azomethine imines of unprecedented complexity. Since unsymmetrical hydrazones are used, two stereoisomers are formed: the reactivity of chiral derivatives(More)
Azomethine imines can be accessed upon heating appropriate alkynylhydrazide precursors. This simple thermal hydroamination approach allows the formation of five- and six-membered dipoles in modest to excellent yields. The structure of the acyl group is important to minimize side reactions and allow the isolation of the azomethine imines by column(More)
The aminocarbonylation of alkenes is a powerful method for accessing the β-amino carbonyl motif that remains underdeveloped. Herein, the development of intermolecular aminocarbonylation reactivity of iminoisocyanates with alkenes is presented. This includes the discovery of a fluorenone-derived reagent, which was effective for many alkene classes and(More)
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