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Hydrovinylation Of Norbornene. Ligand-dependent Selectivity And Asymmetric Variations.

R. Kumareswaran, M. Nandi, T. V. RajanBabu
Published 2003 · Chemistry, Medicine

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[reaction: see text] Norbornene undergoes Ni-catalyzed (1-2 mol% allylnickel bromide/phosphine/NaBARF or AgSbF(6), 1 bar ethylene, -50 degrees C) hydrovinylation (>97% yield), giving either a 1:1 or a 2:1 (norbornene/ethylene) adduct depending on the size of the phosphine. Use of binaphthol-derived phosphoramidite ligand results in up to 80% ee for the 1:1 adduct. The course of the reaction is highly dependent on the ligand (size and configuration of the appendages) and the counteranion present.
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