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Cyclopropenes and methylenecylopropanes as multifunctional reagents in transition metal catalyzed reactions

  • Paul Binger
  • Holger Michael Büch
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Part of the Topics in Current Chemistry book series (TOPCURRCHEM, volume 135)

Abstract

The tremendous potential of cyclopropenes and methylene-cyclopropanes as multifunctional reagents in organic syntheses has only been recognized in the last decade. The use of transition metal catalysts allows an effective control of their transformations enabling highly selecitive syntheses ranging from three- to sevenmembered carbocycles. The activities in this field are summarized in this review for the first time with an emphasis on the preparative aspects of this work.

Keywords

Maleic Anhydride Methyl Acrylate Cycloaddition Reaction Transition Metal Catalyst Alkyl Acrylate 
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