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Issue 27, 2015
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Recent developments in alkene hydro-functionalisation promoted by homogeneous catalysts based on earth abundant elements: formation of C–N, C–O and C–P bond

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This Perspective article provides an overview of the recent advancements in the field of intra- and inter-molecular C–N, C–O and C–P bond formation by hydroamination, hydroalkoxylation, hydrophosphination, hydrophosphonylation or hydrophosphinylation of unactivated alkenes, including allenes, 1,3-dienes and strained alkenes, promoted by (chiral) homogeneous catalysts based on earth abundant elements of the s and p blocks, the first row transition metals and the rare-earth metals. The relevant literature from 2009 until late 2014 has been covered.

Graphical abstract: Recent developments in alkene hydro-functionalisation promoted by homogeneous catalysts based on earth abundant elements: formation of C–N, C–O and C–P bond

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Submitted
20 Jan 2015
Accepted
16 Mar 2015
First published
16 Mar 2015

This article is Open Access

Dalton Trans., 2015,44, 12029-12059
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Perspective

Recent developments in alkene hydro-functionalisation promoted by homogeneous catalysts based on earth abundant elements: formation of C–N, C–O and C–P bond

V. Rodriguez-Ruiz, R. Carlino, S. Bezzenine-Lafollée, R. Gil, D. Prim, E. Schulz and J. Hannedouche, Dalton Trans., 2015, 44, 12029
DOI: 10.1039/C5DT00280J

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