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Fesulphos-palladium(II) complexes as well-defined catalysts for enantioselective ring opening of meso heterobicyclic alkenes with organozinc reagents


, : Fesulphos-palladium(II) complexes as well-defined catalysts for enantioselective ring opening of meso heterobicyclic alkenes with organozinc reagents. Journal of the American Chemical Society 127(50): 17938-17947

The air-stable and readily available cationic methyl palladium(II) complexes of planar chiral Fesulphos ligands [(Fesulphos)Pd(Me)(PhCN)]+ X- are highly efficient catalysts for the alkylative ring opening of oxa- and azabicyclic alkenes with dialkylzinc reagents, showing broad scope with regards to both the bicyclic substrate and the dialkylzinc reagent. Catalyst loading as low as 0.5 mol % is sufficient to achieve good yields and enantioselectivities ranging 94 --> 99% ee in most cases. {Fesulphos = (1-phosphino-2-sulfenylferrocene); X- = tetrakis[3,5-bis(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]borate or PF6(-)].} The origin of the high asymmetric induction has been rationalized by mechanistic studies combining computational calculations and X-ray structural analysis.

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PMID: 16351125

DOI: 10.1021/ja055692b


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