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题名: Transition-metal-catalyzed formation of trans alkenes via coupling of aldehydes
其他题名: 过渡金属催化醛的偶联形成完全反式烯烃
作者: Zhu SF(祝诗发) ; Liao YX(廖远熹) ; Zhu SZ(朱仕正)
通讯作者: 朱仕正
刊名: Org. Lett.
发表日期: 2004
卷: 6, 期:3, 页:377-380
收录类别: SCI
部门归属: 中国科学院上海有机化学研究所元素有机实验室
英文摘要: Rh-2(OAC)(4) catalyzed the formation of exclusively trans fluorinated alkenes from aldehydes and pentafluorobenzaldehyde tosylhydrazone salts, which were readily prepared from pentafluorobenzaldehyde using the Bamford-Stevens reaction. A series of pentafluorophenyl-containing alkenes were synthesized from aldehydes in moderate to good yields under mild reaction conditions in a one-pot reaction. It is the first report of coupling two different aldehydes to form exclusively trans alkenes.
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Zhu SF,Liao YX,Zhu SZ. Transition-metal-catalyzed formation of trans alkenes via coupling of aldehydes[J]. Org. Lett.,2004,6(3):377-380.
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