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Issue 45, 2006

First enantioselective organocatalytic allylation of simple aldimines with allyltrichlorosilane

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Abstract

A new organocatalytic system, novel chiral bisformamide 3 and in situ generated L-proline-derived allylsilane reagent 14′, which converts different aldimines to homoallylic amines in good to high yields (up to 95%) and good enantioselectivities (up to 85% ee) has been described.

Graphical abstract: First enantioselective organocatalytic allylation of simple aldimines with allyltrichlorosilane

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Submitted
16 Aug 2006
Accepted
01 Sep 2006
First published
26 Sep 2006

Chem. Commun., 2006, 4747-4749
Article type
Communication

First enantioselective organocatalytic allylation of simple aldimines with allyltrichlorosilane

S. B. Jagtap and S. B. Tsogoeva, Chem. Commun., 2006, 4747 DOI: 10.1039/B611823B

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