Hydrovinylation of Alkenes Catalyzed by the Ruthenium−Hydride Complex Formed in Situ from (PCy3)2(CO)RuHCl and HBF4·OEt2

A ruthenium−hydride complex, generated in situ from the reaction of 2(CO)RuHCl with HBF4·OEt2, was found to be an effective catalyst for the hydrovinylation of alkenes

Chae S. Yi; Zhengjie He; Do W. Lee

2002

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  • A ruthenium−hydride complex, generated in situ from the reaction of2(CO)RuHCl with HBF4·OEt2, was found to be an effective catalyst for the hydrovinylation of alkenes
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  • Higher reaction temperature was required for the phenyl-substituted internal alkenes, in which cases the isomerized products were obtained
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