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Nickel/bis(oxazoline)-catalyzed Asymmetric Kumada Reactions Of Alkyl Electrophiles: Cross-couplings Of Racemic Alpha-bromoketones.

Sha Lou, G. Fu
Published 2010 · Chemistry, Medicine

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The first asymmetric Kumada reactions of alkyl electrophiles are described, specifically, cross-couplings of racemic alpha-bromoketones with aryl Grignard reagents. Several features of this investigation are of interest. First, the couplings proceed at remarkably low temperature (-40 or -60 degrees C), which enables the asymmetric synthesis of racemization-prone alpha-arylketones. Second, dialkyl ketones undergo enantioselective coupling in good ee and yield. Third, readily available bis(oxazolines) are shown for the first time to be effective ligands for cross-couplings of alkyl electrophiles, thereby opening the door to new opportunities in asymmetric catalysis.
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