Transition metal catalysed reactions of alcohols using borrowing hydrogen methodology
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The reactivity of alcohols can be enhanced by the temporary removal of hydrogen using a transition metal catalyst to generate an intermediate aldehyde or ketone. The so-formed carbonyl compound has a greater reactivity towards nucleophilic addition accommodating the in situ formation of imines or alkenes. The return of hydrogen from the catalyst leads to the formation of new C-N and C-C bonds, often with water as the only reaction by-product.
|Creators||Nixon, T. D., Whittlesey, M. K. and Williams, J. M. J.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||ketones,carbonylation,metal recovery,hydrocarbons,transition metals,olefins,organic compounds,hydrogen,nitrogen compounds,aldehydes,hydrogen bonds,catalysis|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Chemistry|
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