Photosensitized Intermolecular Carboimination of Alkenes through the Persistent Radical Effect.

Photosensitized Intermolecular Carboimination of Alkenes through the Persistent Radical Effect. An intermolecular, two-component vicinal carboimination of alkenes has been accomplished by energy transfer catalysis. Oxime esters of alkyl carboxylic acids were used as bifunctional reagents to generate both alkyl and iminyl radicals. Subsequently, addition of the alkyl radical to an alkene generates a transient radical for selective radical-radical cross-coupling with the persistent iminyl radical. Furthermore, this process provides direct access to aliphatic primary amines and α-amino acids by simple hydrolysis. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English) Pubmed

Photosensitized Intermolecular Carboimination of Alkenes through the Persistent Radical Effect.

Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English): 1 – Jan 21, 2020
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Photosensitized Intermolecular Carboimination of Alkenes through the Persistent Radical Effect.

Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English): 1 – Jan 21, 2020

Abstract

An intermolecular, two-component vicinal carboimination of alkenes has been accomplished by energy transfer catalysis. Oxime esters of alkyl carboxylic acids were used as bifunctional reagents to generate both alkyl and iminyl radicals. Subsequently, addition of the alkyl radical to an alkene generates a transient radical for selective radical-radical cross-coupling with the persistent iminyl radical. Furthermore, this process provides direct access to aliphatic primary amines and α-amino acids by simple hydrolysis.
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10.1002/anie.201912907

Abstract

An intermolecular, two-component vicinal carboimination of alkenes has been accomplished by energy transfer catalysis. Oxime esters of alkyl carboxylic acids were used as bifunctional reagents to generate both alkyl and iminyl radicals. Subsequently, addition of the alkyl radical to an alkene generates a transient radical for selective radical-radical cross-coupling with the persistent iminyl radical. Furthermore, this process provides direct access to aliphatic primary amines and α-amino acids by simple hydrolysis.

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Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English)Pubmed

Published: Jan 21, 2020

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