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Ag-catalyzed C–H/C–C bond functionalization

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Abstract

Silver, known and utilized since ancient times, is a coinage metal, which has been widely used for various organic transformations in the past few decades. Currently, the silver-catalyzed reaction is one of the frontier areas in organic chemistry, and the progress of research in this field is very rapid. Compared with other transition metals, silver has long been believed to have low catalytic efficiency, and most commonly, it is used as either a cocatalyst or a Lewis acid. Interestingly, the discovery of Ag-catalysis has been significantly improved in recent years. Especially, Ag(I) has been demonstrated as an important and versatile catalyst for a variety of organic transformations. However, so far, there has been no systematic review on Ag-catalyzed C–H/C–C bond functionalization. In this review, we will focus on the development of Ag-catalyzed C–H/C–C bond functionalization and the corresponding mechanism.

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Submitted
14 Feb 2016
First published
08 Apr 2016

Chem. Soc. Rev., 2016,45, 4590-4627
Article type
Review Article

Ag-catalyzed C–H/C–C bond functionalization

Q. Zheng and N. Jiao, Chem. Soc. Rev., 2016, 45, 4590
DOI: 10.1039/C6CS00107F

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