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Computational Exploration Of Mechanism And Selectivities Of (NHC)Nickel(II)hydride-Catalyzed Hydroalkenylations Of Styrene With α-Olefins

X. Hong, Jing-Lun Wang, Yun-Fang Yang, Lisi He, C. Ho, K. Houk
Published 2015 · Chemistry

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The [LNiH]+-catalyzed hydroalkenylation between styrene and α-olefins gives distinctive chemo- and regioselectivities with N-heterocyclic carbene (L = NHC) ligands: (a) the reaction with NHC ligands produces the branched tail-to-tail products, whereas the reaction with phosphine ligands (L = PR3) favors the tail-to-head regio-isomers; (b) the reaction stops at heterodimerization with no further oligomerization even with excess α-olefin substrates; (c) typical side reactions with α-olefins, such as isomerization to internal olefins or polymerization, are either significantly diminished or eliminated. To understand the operating mechanism and origins of selectivities, density functional theory (DFT) calculations were performed, and several additional experiments were conducted. The olefin insertion step is found to determine both the regioselectivity and chemoselectivity, leading to the tail-to-tail heterohydroalkenylation product. With a small NHC ligand (1,3-dimethylimidazol-2-ylidene), the intrinsic elec...
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