Ruthenium-Catalyzed Alkenylative Cyclization via Insertion of Alkene into Ruthenacyclopentene

A novel ruthenium-catalyzed alkenylative cyclization of enyne was developed

Miwako Mori; Daisuke Tanaka; Nozomi Saito; Yoshihiro Sato

2008

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  • A novel ruthenium-catalyzed alkenylative cyclization of enyne was developed
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  • When an enyne was reacted with Cp*RuCl(cod) under an atmosphere of ethylene, ethylene was inserted into the ruthenium−sp2 carbon bond of ruthenacyclopentene derived from enyne and the low-valent ruthenium complex to afford ruthenacycloheptene, and β-hydrogen elimination followed by reductive elimination occurred to give a cyclic compound having a diene moiety
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