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题名: Highly Asymmetric Bromocyclization of Tryptophol: Unexpected Accelerating Effect of DABCO-Derived Bromine Complex
其他题名: 色醇的不对称溴环化反应: DABCO-衍生的溴复合物的意外加速效应
作者: Liu H(刘欢)1; Jiang GD(姜广德)1; Pan XX(潘希险)1; Wan XL(万晓龙)1; Lai YS(赖宜生)1; Ma DW(马大为)1; Xie WQ(谢卫青)1
通讯作者: 赖宜生 ; 马大为 ; 谢卫青
刊名: Org. Lett.
发表日期: 2014
DOI: 10.1021/ol5004109
卷: 16, 期:7, 页:1908-1911
收录类别: SCI
英文摘要: Highly asymmetric bromocyclization of tryptophol by using chiral anionic phase-transfer catalyst and DABCO-derived brominating reagent is described. Optimization of the reaction conditions revealed that the reaction rate was accelerated together with improvement of enantioselectivity by addition of catalytic DABCO-derived brominating reagent. From tryptophol, 3-bromofuroindoline could be directly obtained in excellent enantioselectivities by employing this novel methodology.
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作者单位: 1.中国药科大学
2.上海大学
3.中科院上海有机化学研究所

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Liu H,Jiang GD,Pan XX,et al. Highly Asymmetric Bromocyclization of Tryptophol: Unexpected Accelerating Effect of DABCO-Derived Bromine Complex[J]. Org. Lett.,2014,16(7):1908-1911.
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