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An Ir-catalyzed three-component coupling of a secondary alcohol, a primary alcohol, and an amidine is established to give a variety of tri- and tetrasubstituted pyrimidines.
Benzene-1,4-, 1,3,- and 1,2-diamines and antibiotic diamine dapsone (Id) are transformed to the title diamines by reaction with benzylic or aliphatic alcohols.
A highly selective phosphorus/nitrogen (P,N) ligand-based iridium catalyst system efficiently catalyzes the reaction of arylamines with unprotected amino alcohols, yielding N-arylated aliphatic… (More)
Alkynylsilanes bearing one to four alkynyl groups at silicon, with organyl groups (Me, Ph, Vin), H, Cl at silicon, and with substituents H, nBu, tBu, Ph, C6H4-4-Me, 3-thienyl, CH2NMe2 at the C≡C… (More)