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Catalytic enantioselective arylative cyclizations of alkynyl 1,3-diketones by 1,4-rhodium(i) migration

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Abstract

The enantioselective synthesis of densely functionalized polycarbocycles by the rhodium(I)-catalyzed reaction of arylboronic acids with 1,3-diketones is described. The key step in these desymmetrizing domino addition–cyclization reactions is an alkenyl-to-aryl 1,4-Rh(I) migration, which enables arylboronic acids to function effectively as 1,2-dimetalloarene surrogates.

Graphical abstract: Catalytic enantioselective arylative cyclizations of alkynyl 1,3-diketones by 1,4-rhodium(i) migration

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Submitted
12 Dec 2019
Accepted
05 Feb 2020
First published
06 Feb 2020

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Chem. Sci., 2020,11, 2759-2764
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Catalytic enantioselective arylative cyclizations of alkynyl 1,3-diketones by 1,4-rhodium(I) migration

A. Groves, J. Sun, H. R. I. Parke, M. Callingham, S. P. Argent, L. J. Taylor and H. W. Lam, Chem. Sci., 2020, 11, 2759
DOI: 10.1039/C9SC06309A

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