Metal-free aryltrifluoromethylation of activated alkenes.

  title={Metal-free aryltrifluoromethylation of activated alkenes.},
  author={Wangqing Kong and Mar{\'i}a Casimiro and Noelia Fuentes and Est{\'i}baliz Merino and Cristina Nevado},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  volume={52 49},
Metal-free: The first metal-free aryltrifluoromethylation of activated alkenes has been developed. With this method, trifluoromethylated isoquinolinediones, spirobicycles, oxindoles, and α-aryl-β-trifluoromethylamides were obtained with high control of the regioselectivity. 
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