Manganese-Catalyzed C–H Activation

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Weiping Liu; Lutz Ackermann

2016

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  • Manganese is found in the active center of numerous enzymes that operate by an outer-sphere homolytic C–H cleavage
  • A plethora of bioinspired radical-based C–H functionalizations by manganese catalysis have been devised during the past decades
  • Organometallic C–H activation by means of manganese catalysis has emerged only recently as an increasingly viable tool in organic synthesis. These manganese(I)-catalyzed processes enabled a variety of C–H functionalizations with ample scope, which very recently set the stage for substitutive C–H functionalizations
  • The versatile manganese catalysis largely operates by an isohypsic, redox-neutral, mode of action through chelation assistance, and provided step-economical access to structurally divers compounds of relevance to inter alia bioorganic, agrochemical, and medicinal chemistry as well as the material sciences

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