Carbonylative Heck Reaction

  • Thomas Meyer Gøgsig
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Carbonylative transition metal catalysis has since the pioneering work performed by Heck and coworkers in the early 1970s evolved into a highly attractive strategy for the incorporation of the carbonyl unit using mild reaction conditions [1, 2]. The introduction of the highly versatile CO moiety not only elongates the expanding molecule with a one carbon fragment, but may also serve as a flexible platform for further manipulations of the molecule displaying numerous applications. Otherwise, the carbonyl entity may also act as a valuable motif in itself and is found in a vast number of bioactive compounds.


Aryl Halide Heck Reaction Phosphine Ligand Carbonylation Reaction Aryl Iodide 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Chemistry Aarhus UniversityAarhus CDenmark

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