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Ti me kangaroo down: Conjugated dienes undergo intermolecular hydroaminoalkylation in the presence of Ti catalyst [Ind2 TiMe2 ] (Ind=η(5) -indenyl). This new reaction offers a highly atom-efficient approach to homoallylic amines from 1,3-butadienes.
An easily accessible formamidinate ligand-bearing titanium complex initially synthesized by Eisen et al. is used as catalyst for intermolecular hydroaminoalkylation reactions of unactivated, sterically demanding 1,1- and 1,2-disubstituted alkenes and styrenes with secondary amines. The corresponding reactions, which have never been achieved with titanium… (More)
The C-C bond forming catalytic hydroaminoalkylation of terminal alkenes, 1,3-dienes, or styrenes allows a direct and highly atom efficient (100 %) synthesis of amines which can result in the formation of two regioisomers, the linear and the branched product. We present a new titanium catalyst with 2,6-bis(phenylamino)pyridinato ligands for intermolecular… (More)