Discovery of stabilized bisiodonium salts as intermediates in the carbon-carbon bond formation of alkynes.

@article{Dohi2011DiscoveryOS,
  title={Discovery of stabilized bisiodonium salts as intermediates in the carbon-carbon bond formation of alkynes.},
  author={Toshifumi Dohi and Daishi Kato and Ryo Hyodo and Daisuke Yamashita and Yoshimitsu Nagao and Yasuyuki Kita},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  year={2011},
  volume={50 16},
  pages={
          3784-7
        }
}
The oxidation of carbon–carbon triple bonds with hypervalent iodine reagents is an expedient strategy for the synthesis of 1,2-difunctionalized alkenes or their tautomers from alkynes through successive carbon–heteroatom bondforming events [Eq. (1), Nu = heteroatom]. The postulated iodonium species, which have two carbon groups bound to an iodine atom, are putative reaction intermediates, but would sometimes be isolable as the salt forms, depending on the reaction conditions. However, the… CONTINUE READING
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