In order to investigate and exploit the full potential of the palladium 1,2-migration, an implementation of the migratory process into the other named palladium catalyzed reactions would be of high interest. Consequently, complex products originating from simple starting materials could most certainly expand the scope and flexibility of palladium catalysis. For example, stilbenes, representing an important class of biological and pharmaceutical relevant compounds, are usually synthesized by a palladium catalyzed Heck reaction of aryl halides and styrenes . Alternatively, these compounds could potentially be obtained by a palladium 1,2-migration process employing aryl vinyl phosphates in a Negishi or Suzuki coupling.
Migratory Process Aryl Halide Heck Reaction Phenyl Vinyl Cationic Palladium
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