Catalyst- and solvent-free hydrophosphination and multicomponent hydrothiophosphination of alkenes and alkynes†


The hydrophosphination of carbon–carbon multiple bonds has been generally performed under acid, base or metal catalysis in different solvents. Herein, alkyl and alkenyl tertiary phosphines are obtained by the addition of diphenylphosphine to alkenes and alkynes, respectively, in the absence of a solvent and a catalyst. In the presence of elemental sulfur… (More)


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