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A Pd(II)-catalyzed ring-expansion reaction of cyclic 2-azidoalcohol derivatives: synthesis of azaheterocycles.
A Pd(II)-catalyzed ring expansion-reaction of cyclic 2-azidoalcohol derivatives was found to proceed via an unprecedented C-C bond cleavage-C-N bond formation sequence, providing substitutedExpand
Oxidative radical skeletal rearrangement induced by molecular oxygen: synthesis of quinazolinones.
Oxidative skeletal rearrangement of 5-aryl-4,5-dihydro-1,2,4-oxadiazoles into quinazolinones is induced by molecular oxygen (under a dry air atmosphere) that likely proceeds via transient iminylExpand
Synthesis of Diverse Boron-Handled N-Heterocycles via Radical Borylative Cyclization of N-Allylcyanamides.
A synthetic method based on radical borylation/cyclization cascades of N-allylcyanamides was developed to construct diverse boron-substituted N-heterocycles. In the reaction process, theExpand
Copper-Catalyzed Aerobic [3 + 2]-Annulation of N-Alkenyl Amidines.
An unprecedented chemical reactivity of N-alkenyl amidines under the presented conditions is described.
Rhodium(III)-catalyzed synthesis of isoquinolines from aryl ketone O-acyloxime derivatives and internal alkynes.
A synthetic method of isoquinolines from aryl ketone O-acyloxime derivatives and internal alkynes has been developed using [Cp*RhCl(2)](2)-NaOAc as the potential catalyst system. The presentExpand
Mn(III)-mediated formal [3+3]-annulation of vinyl azides and cyclopropanols: a divergent synthesis of azaheterocycles.
Mn(III)-mediated formal [3+3]-annulation has been developed using readily available vinyl azides and cyclopropanols with a wide range of substituents. Vinyl azides were successfully applied as aExpand
Mn(III)-catalyzed synthesis of pyrroles from vinyl azides and 1,3-dicarbonyl compounds.
Polysubstituted N-H pyrroles with a wide variety of substituents were prepared from vinyl azides and 1,3-dicarbonyl compounds by using Mn(III) complexes as catalysts.
Synthesis of polysubstituted N-H pyrroles from vinyl azides and 1,3-dicarbonyl compounds.
Two synthetic methods for tetra- and trisubstituted N-H pyrroles are presented: (i) the thermal pyrrole formation by the reaction of vinyl azides with 1,3-dicarbonyl compounds via the 1,2-addition ofExpand
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