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Nickel-Catalyzed β,γ-Dicarbofunctionalization of Alkenyl Carbonyl Compounds via Conjunctive Cross-Coupling

Nickel-Catalyzed β,γ-Dicarbofunctionalization of Alkenyl Carbonyl Compounds via Conjunctive Cross-Coupling
Van T. Tran, Mark N. Boulous, Joseph Derosa, Jason S. Chen, Keary M. Engle
A nickel-catalyzed conjunctive cross-coupling between non-conjugated alkenes, aryl iodides, and alkylzinc reagents is reported. Excellent regiocontrol is achieved utilizing an 8-aminoquinoline directing group that can be readily cleaved to unmask net β,γ-dicarbofunctionalized carboxylic acid products. Under optimized conditions, both terminal and internal alkene substrates provided the corresponding alkyl/aryl difunctionalized products in moderate to excellent yields. This methodology developed herein represents the first three-component 1,2-dicarbofunctionalization of non-conjugated alkenes involving a C(sp3)–C(sp3) reductive elimination step.

Publisher URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jacs.7b06567

DOI: 10.1021/jacs.7b06567

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