A Trialkylphosphine-Derived Palladacycle as a Catalyst in the Selective Cross-Dimerization of Terminal Arylacetylenes with Terminal Propargyl Alcohols and Amides

A method for the selective cross-dimerization of terminal aryl alkynes with propargyl alcohols to afford linear -enynol products is reported

Matthew G. Lauer; Benjamin R. Headford; Olivia M. Gobble; Michelle B. Weyhaupt; Deidra L. Gerlach; Matthias Zeller; Kevin H. Shaughnessy

2016

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  • A method for the selective cross-dimerization of terminal aryl alkynes with propargyl alcohols to afford linear-enynol products is reported
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  • The palladacycle precatalyst reacts with aryl alkynes to afford the first example of a dimeric palladacycle complex with a μ-κ2-C1,C1-bound acetylide ligand
  • This complex is observed during the catalytic reaction and is a competent precatalyst
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