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Alternative TitleActivation reactions of Ru-catalyzed arylic or olefinic C-H bonds
余世超; 麻生明
Source Publication有机化学
Abstract概述了Ru催化的碳氢键的活化反应, 包括C-H烯烃, C-H 炔烃和 C-H/CO/烯烃偶联反应, 加氢酰化反应, 硅化反应.
Other AbstractIn the last few years, much has been learned about the transition metal-catalyzed activation of arylic or olefinic C-H bonds. An imjportant extension of these reactions such as C-H/olefin, C-H/acetylene, C-H/CO and C-H/CO/olefin couplings, hydroacylation and silylation can be regarded as practical tools, for these reactions exhibit high selectivity, high efficiency and wide applicability. Especially the C-H/CO/olefin coupling protocol can be a useful complementary method to Friedel-Crafts reaction, since it takes place even when there're electron-withdrawing groups in the aryl groups of substrates. In these reactions the coordination of the substrates to the ruthenium center in the catalyst complex is a necessary prerequisite for the reactions to proceed. In this paper, we'll survey the Ru-catalyzed functionalizaions of C-H bonds that were published up to the end of 2000. These catalytic reactions involve a step of nucleophilic addition by a ruthenium complex. The factors affecting the selectivity shown by different catalysts are also discussed.
Subject Area金属有机化学
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Document Type期刊论文
Corresponding Author麻生明
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余世超,麻生明. Ru催化的C-H键的活化反应[J]. 有机化学,2002,22(5):307-317.
APA 余世超,&麻生明.(2002).Ru催化的C-H键的活化反应.有机化学,22(5),307-317.
MLA 余世超,et al."Ru催化的C-H键的活化反应".有机化学 22.5(2002):307-317.
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