5 research outputs found

    Development of an Air-Stable Nickel Precatalyst for the Amination of Aryl Chlorides, Sulfamates, Mesylates, and Triflates

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    A new air-stable nickel precatalyst for C–N cross-coupling is reported. The developed catalyst system displays a greatly improved substrate scope for C–N bond formation to include both a wide range of aryl and heteroaryl electrophiles and aryl, heteroaryl, and alkylamines. The catalyst system is also compatible with a weak base, allowing the amination of substrates containing base-sensitive functional groups

    Development of an Air-Stable Nickel Precatalyst for the Amination of Aryl Chlorides, Sulfamates, Mesylates, and Triflates

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    A new air-stable nickel precatalyst for C–N cross-coupling is reported. The developed catalyst system displays a greatly improved substrate scope for C–N bond formation to include both a wide range of aryl and heteroaryl electrophiles and aryl, heteroaryl, and alkylamines. The catalyst system is also compatible with a weak base, allowing the amination of substrates containing base-sensitive functional groups

    Extremely Electron-Rich, Boron-Functionalized, Icosahedral Carborane-Based Phosphinoboranes

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    We have prepared the first examples of B9-connected trivalent aryl and alkyl phosphinoborane species via Pd-catalyzed phosphination of 9-iodo-<i>meta</i>-carborane. Our studies highlight the unique electronic features of the B9-connected <i>meta</i>-carboranyl moiety as compared to its C1-based analogue. This work suggests that the B9-functionalized <i>meta</i>-carboranyl substituent in these ligands exhibits more electron-releasing character than any other known carbon-based substituent, ultimately laying the foundation for a new class of phosphine ligands with extremely electron-rich character

    Extremely Electron-Rich, Boron-Functionalized, Icosahedral Carborane-Based Phosphinoboranes

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    We have prepared the first examples of B9-connected trivalent aryl and alkyl phosphinoborane species via Pd-catalyzed phosphination of 9-iodo-<i>meta</i>-carborane. Our studies highlight the unique electronic features of the B9-connected <i>meta</i>-carboranyl moiety as compared to its C1-based analogue. This work suggests that the B9-functionalized <i>meta</i>-carboranyl substituent in these ligands exhibits more electron-releasing character than any other known carbon-based substituent, ultimately laying the foundation for a new class of phosphine ligands with extremely electron-rich character
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