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Decarboxylative cross-coupling reactions for P(O)–C bond formation

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Abstract

Phosphorus-containing compounds are one of the most important classes of organic compounds, which have wide applications in organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, agricultural chemistry, and materials chemistry. In particular, organophosphorus compounds bearing a P(O)–C bond have attracted significant attention in recent decades due to their widespread biological and pharmacological activities. In this review, we will highlight the most important developments in the construction of P(O)–C bonds through decarboxylative C–P cross-coupling reactions. The literature has been surveyed from 2011 to May 2018.

Graphical abstract: Decarboxylative cross-coupling reactions for P(O)–C bond formation

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Submitted
28 May 2018
Accepted
03 Jul 2018
First published
24 Jul 2018

This article is Open Access

RSC Adv., 2018,8, 26383-26398
Article type
Review Article

Decarboxylative cross-coupling reactions for P(O)–C bond formation

A. Hosseinian, F. A. Hosseini Nasab, S. Ahmadi, Z. Rahmani and E. Vessally, RSC Adv., 2018, 8, 26383
DOI: 10.1039/C8RA04557G

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