Transition metal-catalyzed C–H bond functionalizations by the use of diverse directing groups

Transition metal-catalyzed direct functionalization of C–H bonds is one of the key emerging strategies that is currently attracting tremendous attention with the aim to provide alternative environmentally friendly and efficient ways for the construction of C–C and C–hetero bonds

Zhengkai Chen; Binjie Wang; Jitan Zhang; Wenlong Yu; Zhanxiang Liu; Yuhong Zhang

2015

Scholarcy highlights

  • Transition metal-catalyzed direct functionalization of C–H bonds is one of the key emerging strategies that is currently attracting tremendous attention with the aim to provide alternative environmentally friendly and efficient ways for the construction of C–C and C–hetero bonds
  • The strategy involving regioselective C–H activation assisted by various functional groups shows high potential, and significant achievements have been made in both the development of novel reactions and the mechanistic study
  • The discussion is directed towards the use of different functional groups as directing groups for the construction of C–C and C–hetero bonds via C–H activation using various transition metal catalysts
  • Transition metal-catalyzed C–H bond functionalizations by the use of diverse directing groups

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