Air-tolerant C-C bond formation via organometallic ruthenium catalysis: diverse catalytic pathways involving (C5Me5)Ru or (C5H5)Ru are robust to molecular oxygen

Severa, L. and Vávra, J. and Kohoutova, A. and Cizkova, M. and Salova, T. and Hyvl, J. and Saman, D. and Pohl, R. and Adriaenssens, Louis and Teply, F. (2009) Air-tolerant C-C bond formation via organometallic ruthenium catalysis: diverse catalytic pathways involving (C5Me5)Ru or (C5H5)Ru are robust to molecular oxygen. Tetrahedron Letters, 50 (31). pp. 4526-4528. ISSN 00404039

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Abstract

Ruthenium-catalyzed substitutions of carbon pronucleophiles, various 2+2+2 cycloadditions, and addition of a diazo compound to an alkyne are shown to proceed in the presence of air. Notably diverse catalytic manifolds remain supported under conditions generally regarded as prohibitive. Building on rare reports from the literature we show that a range of organometallic transformations based on reaction intermediates derived from (C5Me5)Ru or (C5H5)Ru moieties are air-compatible. © 2009 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Keywords:alkyne, carbon, organometallic compound, oxygen, ruthenium, article, catalysis, catalyst, chemical analysis, chemical bond, chemical structure, cycloaddition
Subjects:F Physical Sciences > F100 Chemistry
Divisions:College of Science > School of Chemistry
ID Code:22743
Deposited On:20 Aug 2018 14:28

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