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Aldehyde C–H activation with late transition metal organometallic compounds. Formation and reactivity of acyl hydrido complexes

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Abstract

This perspective focuses on the aldehyde C–H activation promoted by late transition metals, including the chelation-assisted reactions. The mechanisms currently accepted for different metal complexes, the reactivity of acyl hydrido species formed, and the reactions promoted on further aldehyde when using excess reagent are discussed. Homogeneous catalytic aldehyde decarbonylation or dimerization reactions are also reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Aldehyde C–H activation with late transition metal organometallic compounds. Formation and reactivity of acyl hydrido complexes

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Submitted
02 Oct 2008
Accepted
08 Jan 2009
First published
12 Feb 2009

Dalton Trans., 2009, 3635-3645
Article type
Perspective

Aldehyde C–H activation with late transition metal organometallic compounds. Formation and reactivity of acyl hydrido complexes

M. A. Garralda, Dalton Trans., 2009, 3635
DOI: 10.1039/B817263C

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