The development and investigation of new chiral gold(I) catalysts

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Bobin, Mariusz;
(2012)
  • Subject: QD0241 | TP0155

Metal-catalysed reactions are highly attractive processes due to their atom\ud economy and open opportunities in the development of new transformations.\ud In the introduction, the theoretical aspects of gold(I) catalysis with examples of\ud gold(I) complexes and their ... View more
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    Rautenstrauch rearrangement . ................................................................................................................... 1 8  

    Cycloisomerisation of Enyne. .................................................................................................................... 2 1  

    1.3.3  C-­‐N  Bond  Formation .  ......................................................................................................................... 2 5   1.3.3.1 aza-Claisen-Type Rearrangement . ........................................................................................................... 2 5   1.3.3.2 Intramolecular [4+3] and [3+3]-Annulation . ........................................................................................ 2 7   1.3.3.3 Intermolecular Hydroamination

    1.3.4  C-­‐O  Bond  Formation . ......................................................................................................................... 3 2   1.3.4.1 Functionalised 2,5-dihydrofurans Formation .  ...................................................................................... 3 2   1.3.4.2 Dioxolones, Oxazolidineones and Oxazolones Formation . ............................................................. 3 4  

    Known  Enantioselective  Transformations  Catalysed  by  Gold . ............................. 3 7  

    1.4.1  Chiral  counterion  strategy  (X  ligand)  ........................................................................................ 3 7  

    1.4.2  Atropisomerism  as  a  source  of  chirality  (L  ligand). ............................................................. 4 3   1.4.2.1 Carbonyl Group Activation - Asymmetric aldol condensation - Ferrocenyl Ligand  ............. 4 3   1.4.2.2 Alkyne Activation - Asymmetric Cycloisomersation - Ferrycenyl Ligands, Phosphine

    Ligands  ............................................................................................................................................................................ 4 4  

    1.4.2.3a Alkenes Activation - The Enantioselective Intermolecular Cyclopropanation of Olefines -

    Phosphine Ligand . ........................................................................................................................................................ 4 9  

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