Heteroaromatic Tosylates in the Regioselective Heck Reaction

  • Thomas Meyer Gøgsig
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Regioselective Heck reactions of electron rich olefins are as stated above traditionally conducted using aryl triflates as electrophiles. The formation of the crucial cationic palladium(II) complex is readily formed after the oxidative addition due to the weak coordinating abilities of the triflate anion. The employment of other sulfonate derivatives such as aryl tosylates in the Heck reaction, representing a more stable and less costly alternative to the aryl triflates, has hardly been described in the literature.


Heck Reaction Triflate Anion Vinyl Amide Butyl Vinyl Butyl Vinyl Ether 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Chemistry Aarhus UniversityAarhus CDenmark

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