In situ generated (hypo)iodite catalysts for the direct α-oxyacylation of carbonyl compounds with carboxylic acids.

@article{Uyanik2011InSG,
  title={In situ generated (hypo)iodite catalysts for the direct $\alpha$-oxyacylation of carbonyl compounds with carboxylic acids.},
  author={M. Uyanik and D. Suzuki and T. Yasui and K. Ishihara},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  year={2011},
  volume={50 23},
  pages={
          5331-4
        }
}
a-Acyloxycarbonyl compounds, which are significant building blocks in synthetic organic chemistry, can traditionally be prepared by the substitution reaction of a-halocarbonyl compounds with alkaline carboxylates or the direct oxidative coupling of carbonyl compounds with toxic heavy metal oxidants (i.e. Pb(OAc)4, Tl(OAc)3, Mn(OAc)3, etc.). [2] Recently, the chiral amine catalyzed enantioselective aoxybenzoylation of aldehydes with benzoyl peroxide has also been reported. However, the substrate… Expand
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