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Reductive silylation of gem-difluorinated phosphonium salts

Reductive silylation of gem-difluorinated phosphonium salts
gem-Difluorinated phosphonium salts, generated from aldehydes and difluorinated phosphobetaine reagent, were converted into corresponding silicon reagents. The reductive silylation of carbon-phosphorus bond is carried out using a combination of magnesium and chlorotrimethylsilane in dimethylformamide. For a model difluoroined phosphonium salt, X-ray structure and reduction potential are provided.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0022113917304335

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