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学科主题: 金属有机化学
题名: 钯催化反应中的beta-氢消除反应
其他题名: beta-hydride elimination in palladium-catalyzed reactions cross-coupling reaction; protonolysis; beta-heteroatom elimination
作者: 韩秀玲 ; 刘桂霞 ; 陆熙炎
通讯作者: 陆熙炎
刊名: 有机化学
发表日期: 2005-01-01
卷: 25, 期:10, 页:1182-1197
收录类别: SCI
部门归属: 上海有机化学研究所
英文摘要: Pd(II)-catalyzed reactions were developed using beta-heteroatom elimination and protonolysis reaction to quench the carbon-palladium bond in the presence of halide ions or nitrogen ligands (pyridine, bipyridine, phenanthroline, etc.) for the regeneration of the divalent palladium species. Halide ions or nitrogen ligands are necessary for the catalytic cycle and high yield of the reactions. For Pd(O)-catalyzed reactions, control of beta-hydride elimination is also a challenge for making coupling reactions more diversified. Different kinds of ligands were used to make the coupling reaction suitable for aliphatic compounds. Recently, examples using chloride ion or bathophenanthroline for this purpose were also developed.
语种: 中文
内容类型: 期刊论文
URI标识: http://ir.sioc.ac.cn/handle/331003/14826
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韩秀玲,刘桂霞,陆熙炎. 钯催化反应中的beta-氢消除反应[J]. 有机化学,2005,25(10):1182-1197.
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