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A trinuclear Zn3(OAc)4-3,3′-bis(aminoimino)binaphthoxide complex for highly efficient catalytic asymmetric iodolactonization

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Abstract

A 3,3′-bis(aminoimino)BINOL ligand was newly designed and synthesized for the formation of a trinuclear Zn complex upon reaction with Zn(OAc)2. Using the harmony of the tri-zinc atoms, 1 mol% Zn3(OAc)4-3,3′-bis(aminoimino)binaphthoxide catalyzed asymmetric iodolactonization in up to 99.9% ee.

Graphical abstract: A trinuclear Zn3(OAc)4-3,3′-bis(aminoimino)binaphthoxide complex for highly efficient catalytic asymmetric iodolactonization

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Submitted
02 Apr 2014
Accepted
24 Apr 2014
First published
24 Apr 2014

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2014,50, 8287-8290
Article type
Communication
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A trinuclear Zn3(OAc)4-3,3′-bis(aminoimino)binaphthoxide complex for highly efficient catalytic asymmetric iodolactonization

T. Arai, N. Sugiyama, H. Masu, S. Kado, S. Yabe and M. Yamanaka, Chem. Commun., 2014, 50, 8287
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC02415J

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