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Borrowing hydrogen: A catalytic route to C-C bond formation from alcohols


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Edwards, M. G., Jazzar, R. F. R., Paine, B. M., Shermer, D. J., Whittlesey, M. K., Williams, J. M. J. and Edney, D. D., 2004. Borrowing hydrogen: A catalytic route to C-C bond formation from alcohols. Chemical Communications

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Abstract

Ruthenium complexes have been shown to perform efficient transfer hydrogenation reactions between alcs. and alkenes; in combination with an in situ Wittig reaction, indirect formation of C-C bonds has been achieved from alcs. E.g., ruthenium complex-catalyzed indirect Wittig reaction of PhCH2OH, Ph3P:CHCO2CH2Ph, and CH2:CHSiMe3 gave up to 90% PhCH2CH2CO2CH2Ph.

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Item Type Articles
CreatorsEdwards, M. G., Jazzar, R. F. R., Paine, B. M., Shermer, D. J., Whittlesey, M. K., Williams, J. M. J. and Edney, D. D.
Uncontrolled Keywordsindirect wittig reaction ruthenium catalyst, ract (reactant or reagent) (transfer hydrogenation reactions between alcs. and alkenes catalyzed by ruthenium complexes), ract (reactant or reagent) (hydrogen donor, alkenes role, wittig reaction catalysts (indirect wittig reaction catalyzed by ruthenium complexes), hydrogenation catalysts (transfer, transfer hydrogenation reactions between alcs. and alkenes catalyzed by ruthenium complexes), alcohols role, transfer hydrogenation alc alkene catalyst ruthenium, hydrogenation, wittig reaction, rct (reactant)
DepartmentsFaculty of Science > Chemistry
RefereedYes
StatusPublished
ID Code4919

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