Comparative Nitrene-Transfer Chemistry to Olefinic Substrates Mediated by a Library of Anionic Mn(II) Triphenylamido-Amine Reagents and M(II) Congeners (M = Fe, Co, Ni) Favoring Aromatic over Aliphatic Alkenes

Volume: 8, Issue: 10, Pages: 9183 - 9206
Published: Aug 22, 2018
Abstract
Selective amination of σ and π entities such as C–H and C═C bonds of substrates remains a challenging endeavor for current catalytic methodologies devoted to the synthesis of abundant nitrogen-containing chemicals. The present work addresses an approach toward discriminating aromatic over aliphatic alkenes in aziridination reactions, relying on the use of anionic metal reagents (M = Mn, Fe, Co, Ni) to attenuate reactivity in a metal-dependent...
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Title
Comparative Nitrene-Transfer Chemistry to Olefinic Substrates Mediated by a Library of Anionic Mn(II) Triphenylamido-Amine Reagents and M(II) Congeners (M = Fe, Co, Ni) Favoring Aromatic over Aliphatic Alkenes
Published Date
Aug 22, 2018
Volume
8
Issue
10
Pages
9183 - 9206
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