We have unfolded a convenient and mild protocol for the synthesis of diaryl ketones via Pd‐ NHC catalysed carbonylative Suzuki coupling reaction. Notably, this method offers advantages like no use of toxic CO gas, shorter reaction time, high yield, and broad substrate scope. Several sensitive functional groups (like‐COMe, ‐COOMe, ‐F, ‐Cl, ‐Br, ‐NH2, ‐CN) are well tolerated in this reaction. In addition, we have also demonstrated a new efficient route for the synthesis of biologically active and pharmaceutically important 2‐substituted 3‐Aroylquinolin‐4(1H)‐ones and acridone scaffolds.
Applied Organometallic Chemistry – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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