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Palladium 1,2-Migration in the Heck Reaction

  • Thomas Meyer Gøgsig
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Abstract

A more thorough investigation of the palladium 1,2-migration in the Heck reaction was desired, in order to clarify the underlying factors affecting the migratory process. In particular, full control of the isomerization of the 1,3-dienes obtained from the Heck reaction of alkenyl C–O coupling partners and electron deficient olefins would be of high interest. This would in turn represent a novel approach towards the construction of linear disubstituted dienes starting from 1,1-disubstituted alkenyl electrophiles.

Keywords

Oxidative Addition Heck Reaction Silyl Ether Aryl Chloride Crude Reaction Mixture 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Chemistry Aarhus UniversityAarhus CDenmark

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