Evolution of a fourth generation catalyst for the amination and thioetherification of aryl halides.


Many active pharmaceuticals, herbicides, conducting polymers, and components of organic light-emitting diodes contain arylamines. For many years, this class of compound was prepared via classical methods, such as nitration, reduction and reductive alkylation, copper-mediated chemistry at high temperatures, addition to benzyne intermediates, or direct… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/ar800098p


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