This report demonstrates the possibility of a nickel-catalyzed difunctionalization of unactivated alkenes initiated by an unstabilized enolate nucleophile. The process tolerates a diverse range of electrophiles, including aryl, heteroaryl, alkenyl, and amino electrophiles. An electron-deficient phosphine ligand and a tetrabutylammonium salt additive were crucial for promoting efficient vicinal difunctionalization.

Nickel-Catalyzed Difunctionalization of Unactivated Alkenes Initiated by Unstabilized Enolates

Olivieri, Diego;
2019

Abstract

This report demonstrates the possibility of a nickel-catalyzed difunctionalization of unactivated alkenes initiated by an unstabilized enolate nucleophile. The process tolerates a diverse range of electrophiles, including aryl, heteroaryl, alkenyl, and amino electrophiles. An electron-deficient phosphine ligand and a tetrabutylammonium salt additive were crucial for promoting efficient vicinal difunctionalization.
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